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be the last word in sth

to be the best or most modern example of something: It's a nice enough restaurant and it's very reasonably priced but it's not exactly the last word in style.
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Translations of “be the last word in sth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 最好、最时尚的事物…
in Chinese (Traditional) 最好、最時尚的事物…
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