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Middle English latost

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Last (not comparable)

Positive
Last

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Superlative
none (absolute)

  1. Final, ultimate, coming after all others of its kind.
  2. Most recent, latest, last so far.
  3. Least preferable.
    The last person I want to meet is Helen.
    More rain is the last thing we need right now.
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Last (not comparable)

Positive
Last

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not comparable

Superlative
none (absolute)

  1. (sequence) after everything else; finally
    last but not least
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Old English lǣstan, from Germanic *laisti-. Cognate with German leisten (yield).

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Infinitive
to Last

Third person singular
Lasts

Simple past
Lasted

Past participle
Lasted

Present participle
Lasting

to Last (third-person singular simple present Lasts, present participle Lasting, simple past and past participle Lasted)
  1. (transitive, obsolete) To perform, carry out.
  2. (intransitive) To endure, continue over time.
    Summer seems to last longer each year.
  3. (intransitive) To hold out, continue undefeated or entire.
    I don't know how much longer we can last without reinforcements.
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Patrono:Checksyns

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File:Schusterleisten1.jpg

Old English læste.

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Singular
Last

Plural
Lasts

Last (plural Lasts)
  1. a tool for shaping or preserving the shape of shoes
    • 2006, Newman, Cathy, Every Shoe Tells a Story, National Geographic (September, 2006), 83,
      How is an in-your-face black leather thigh-high lace-up boot with a four-inch spike heel like a man's black calf lace-up oxford? They are both made on a last, the wood or plastic foot-shaped form that leather is stretched over and shaped to make a shoe.
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Old English hlæst.

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Last

Plural
Lasts

Last (plural Lasts)
  1. (obsolete) An old English measure of weight, usually of wool, containing 12 sacks or 2184 pounds.
    • 1866, James Edwin Thorold Rogers, A History of Agriculture and Prices in England, Volume 1, page 169,
      The last of wool is twelve sacks.
  2. (obsolete) An old English (and Dutch) measure of the carrying capacity of a ship, equal to two tons.
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  • IPA: /last/, [lasd̥]

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From Patrono:Gml[[Category:da:Patrono:Gml derivations|Last]] [[last#Patrono:Gml|last]].

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Last c. (singular definite Lasten, plural indefinite Laster)

  1. cargo
  2. cargo hold, hold (cargo area)
  3. weight, burden
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From Old Norse lǫstr

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Last c. (singular definite Lasten, plural indefinite Laster)

  1. vice
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See laste (to load, carry) and laste (to blame).

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Last

  1. Imperative of laste.

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Last f. (plural Lasten, no diminutive)

  1. load, burden
  2. hindrance, problem

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last

  1. The second- and third-person present indicative of lassen.

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Last

  1. Patrono:De-verb form of
  2. Patrono:De-verb form of

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Descended from Germanic, along with the feminine variant lǣst. Cognate with Middle Dutch leest (Dutch leest), Old High German leist (German Leiste), Old Norse leist-r ‘foot, sock’ (Swedish, Danish läst).

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lāst m. (pl.: lāstas)

  1. footstep, track

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Common Slavic volst

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last f.

  1. property

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last

Inflection for Last Singular Plural
common Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Base form Last Lasten Laster Lasterna
Possessive form Lasts Lastens Lasters Lasternas
  1. cargo
  2. load
  3. habit which is difficult to get rid of, vice
    Rökning var hans enda last

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