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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
latest /'leitist/
  • tính từ, cấp cao nhất của late
    • muộn nhất; mới nhất, gần đây nhất
      • the latest news: tin mới nhất
      • at the latest: muộn nhất
Concise Dictionary
'leɪtɪst
noun
+the most recent news or development
adj.
+up to the immediate present; most recent or most up-to-date
+in the current fashion or style

later|latestleɪt
adj.
+being or occurring at an advanced period of time or after a usual or expected time
+after the expected or usual time; delayed
+of the immediate past or just previous to the present time
+having died recently
+of a later stage in the development of a language or literature; used especially of dead languages
+at or toward an end or late period or stage of development
+(used especially of persons) of the immediate past
adv.
+later than usual or than expected
+to an advanced time
+at an advanced age or stage
+in the recent past

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
1 tardy, delayed, overdue, behindhand, dilatory, unpunctual; belated, US past due:
He was even late for his own wedding. Better late than never. Your mortgage payment is late again
2 recent, last, new, fresh, current, up to date:
Have you got a copy of a late edition of today's newspaper?
3 deceased, departed, dead; former, past, ex-, recent, previous, preceding, old (See also 5., below.):
Here is a song by the late, great Bing Crosby. He has a meeting with Lord Pamby, late chairman of United Oxidation
4 of late. See 5., below.
adv.
5 recently, lately, previously, formerly, once, heretofore, in recent or former time(s), of late, latterly (See also 3., above.):
They are dining tonight with Sir Keith, late of Scotland Yard.
6 till or at an advanced hour or time:
I was up late last night. She married late.
7 tardily, unpunctually, belatedly:
We arrived too late for the first act.
8 recently, lately:
As late as a week ago they were still holding the job open for her.
Advanced English Dictionary
adjective, noun
+ adjective [only before noun] the most recent or newest: the latest unemployment figures + the latest craze / fashion / trend + her latest novel + Have you heard the latest news?
+ noun (the latest) (informal) the most recent or the newest thing or piece of news: This is the latest in robot technology. + Have you heard the latest?
Idioms: at the latest no later than the time or the date mentioned: Applications should be in by 31 October at the latest.


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