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Pronunciation: / ˈleɪdɪst /
Pronunciation: / ˈleɪtɪst /

Translation of latest in Spanish:


  • 1.1late the latest train we can catch
    el último tren que podemos tomar
    1.2 (most up to date) (before noun) the latest figures show …
    las últimas cifras or las cifras más recientes muestran …
    the latest fashion the latest navigational system
    lo último en sistemas de navegación
    el sistema de navegación más moderno
    this is the latest in a series of similar incidents
    este es el más reciente en una serie de incidentes similares


  • 1 1.1 (most recent news, development) See examples: have you heard the latest on … ?
    ¿has oído lo último que se cuenta de … ?
    the latest is that …
    lo último que se sabe es que …
    1.2 (most up to date) See examples:the latest in something
    lo último or lo más actual en algo
    the latest in printers
    lo último en impresoras
  • 2 2.1 (something said, done)
    la última [colloquial]
    did you hear Paul's latest?
    ¿oíste la última de Paul?
    do you want to hear the latest?
    2.2 (boyfriend or girlfriend) [colloquial]
    última conquista (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • The accident is the latest in a recent spate of serious hit and run collisions in the area.
    • This is the latest in a series of injuries which have stretched the Lochcarron squad.
    • This is the latest in a spate of vandal attacks on fire crews and buses in the area.
  • 3 (furthest on in time) (as pron) when is the latest I can let you know?
    ¿para cuándo tengo que darte una respuesta?
    by the fifteenth at the (very) latest
    a más tardar (para) el quince
    it is 17th century at the latest
    no es posterior al siglo XVII

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