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Lastest vs. Latest

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Latestadjective

Last, final.

Latestadjective

Most recent.

‘Here is the latest news on the accident.’;

Latestadverb

At the latest.

‘Complete the XYZ task latest by today 5:00PM.’;

Latestnoun

The most recent thing, particularly information or news.

‘Have you heard the latest?’; ‘What's the latest on the demonstrations in New York?’; ‘Have you met Jane's latest? I hear he's a hunk.’;

Latestadjective

up to the immediate present; most recent or most up-to-date;

‘the news is up-to-the-minute’; ‘the very latest scientific discoveries’;

Latestadjective

in accord with the most fashionable ideas or style;

‘wears only the latest style’; ‘the last thing in swimwear’; ‘knows the newest dances’; ‘cutting-edge technology’; ‘a with-it boutique’;

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