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last hurrahnoun [C usually singular]

uk   us   mainly US
Someone's last ​hurrah is ​theirfinaleffort after a ​longperiod of ​work: Petersen has said that this ​season will be his last ​hurrah as a ​player. Someone or something's last ​hurrah is ​their last ​period of ​influence or ​power: This ​huge, ​unfinishedbuildingrepresents the last ​hurrah of the ​formerregime.
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