: to continue in time
The movie lasted about two hours.
: to remain fresh or unimpaired : endure
That paint job should last a long time.
: to manage to continue (as in a course of action)
She won't last; she'll quit before the week's out.
: to continue to live
he will not last very much longer— James Dennis
: to be enough for the needs of
The supplies will last them a week.
: to continue in existence or action as long as or longer than
—often used with out couldn't last out the training program
: following all the rest
He was the last one out.
: being the only remaining
our last dollar
: belonging to the final stage (as of life)
her last hours on earth
: next before the present : most recent
last week His last book was a failure.
: most up-to-date : latest
It's the last thing in fashion.
: farthest from a specified quality, attitude, or likelihood
would be the last person to fall for flattery
: lowest in rank or standing
There is no last answer to the problem.
: after all others : at the end
came last and left first
: most lately
saw her last in Rome
: in conclusion
Last, let's consider the social aspect.
or at long last
: at the end of a period of time : finally
At last you've come home.
: a form (as of metal or plastic) which is shaped like the human foot and over which a shoe is shaped or repaired