[last-lee, lahst-] /ˈlæst li, ˈlɑst-/
in conclusion; in the last place; finally.
at the end or at the last point
in the end; finally: lastly, he put on his jacket
late 14c., from last (adj.) + -ly (2).
noun 1. the distance walked by a condemned person from his or her cell to the place of execution. The phrase used to describe one of the problems in attaining higher-speed, higher-capacity information flow to every household. It refers to the copper telephone wire that still carries information to households. The limited capacity of the […]
noun 1. (def 1). noun 1. another term for surname (sense 1)
noun 1. a historical novel (1826) by James Fenimore Cooper.
[last, lahst] /læst, lɑst/ verb (used without object) 1. to go on or continue in time: The festival lasted three weeks. 2. to continue unexpended or unexhausted; be enough: We’ll enjoy ourselves while our money lasts. 3. to continue in force, vigor, effectiveness, etc.: to last for the whole course. 4. to continue or remain […]