lastadjective

  • ja最後の、一番後の
  • enthe only one left or remaining

Examples

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10:38 / --:--
Mute
1.
Kelly Kapoor is gone.
2.
Her fiancé, Ravi, was hired as a pediatrics professor at Miami University.
3.
I don't need them anymore.
4.
I am going to Miami, biatches.
5.
To hang with Lebron James and Gloria Estefan.
6.
Miami University in Ohio.
7.
On her last day, Kelly was still a little confused about it.
8.
Enjoy the snow, losers.
9.
I'm so happy for you, Kelly
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0:19 / --:--
Mute
1.
Arthur, I have some bad news for you.
2.
This is the last time we'll be meeting.
3.
You don't listen, do you?
4.
You just ask the same questions every week.
5.
"How's your job?
6.
Are you having any negative thoughts?"
7.
All I have are negative thoughts.
PLAY
0:32 / --:--
Mute
1.
Look, I know you're upset, but this isn't your last chance to become commissioner.
2.
John Kelly's old.
3.
He's not gonna be in office forever.

Other meanings for last...

lastadjective

  • ja最近の
  • enmost recent
PLAY
0:05 / --:--
Mute
1.
Oh, wow, you look gorgeous.
2.
- You came late. - Hello, how are you?
3.
I didn't know you had a new boyfriend.
4.
I'm so glad you've moved on from that last guy.
5.
- What was his name? Chaz? - No, I'm Chaz.
6.
Oh, my God.
7.
Have you gone out with 2 Chazs in a row?
PLAY
0:00 / --:--
Mute
1.
Jim, we need to order a cake for Creed's birthday.
2.
Oh, wasn't it just someone's birthday?
3.
Yes.
4.
Kelly's was last week, remember?
5.
I do remember, yeah.
PLAY
2:10 / --:--
Mute
1.
I'm 21.
2.
I will remember this night for the rest of my life!
3.
Ooh, yes!
4.
I have no idea what happened last night.
5.
Oh, I do.
6.
That was one crazy party.