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Meaning of “last but not least” - Learner’s Dictionary

last but not least

B2 something that you say to introduce the last person or thing on a list: This is Jeremy, this is Cath and, last but not least, this is Eva.ImportanceUseful or advantageous
Translations of “last but not least”
in Chinese (Traditional) 最後但同樣重要的…
in Russian последний, но не самый худший…
in Turkish son ama aynı derecede önemli olarak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 最后但同样重要的…
in Polish wreszcie…
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