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Meanings of Laster:

noun

A thing that lasts for a relatively long time; specifically a fruit, vegetable, or flower that remains in good condition. frequently modified by long, good, poor, etc.

Meanings of Lasters:

noun

A thing that lasts for a relatively long time; specifically a fruit, vegetable, or flower that remains in good condition. frequently modified by long, good, poor, etc.

Meanings of Lastex:

noun

A yarn formed from a combination of an elastic material with a fibre thread, used in the manufacture of corsetry, swimwear, etc.

Lasting

ˈlɑː.stɪŋ

Meanings of Lasting:

adjective

Enduring or able to endure over a long period of time.

Usage examples:

They left a lasting impression
verb

(of a process, activity, or state) continue for a specified period of time.

Usage examples:

The guitar solo lasted for twenty minutes

Lastingly

ˈlɑː.stɪŋ.li

Meanings of Lastingly:

adverb

In a way that continues for a long time or is permanent

Usage examples:

More lastingly, napoleon reorganized france's legal, education, and judicial systems., without her …

Lastly

ˈlɑːst.li

Meanings of Lastly:

adverb

In the last place (used to introduce the last of a series of points or actions).

Usage examples:

Lastly, i would like to thank my parents

Meanings of Lastness:

noun

The condition or fact of being last.

Lasts

lɑːst

Meanings of Lasts:

verb

(of a process, activity, or state) continue for a specified period of time.

Usage examples:

The guitar solo lasted for twenty minutes
noun

A shoemaker's model for shaping or repairing a shoe or boot.

adjective

Coming after all others in time or order; final.

Usage examples:

They caught the last bus
adverb

On the last occasion before the present; previously.

Usage examples:

A woman last heard of in cornwall

Meanings of Lat:

noun

The basic monetary unit of latvia, equal to 100 santims (replaced by the euro in 2014).

Usage examples:

As we motor through the european union in future, we will be able to change our euros into latvian …
abbreviation

Latitude.

Usage examples:

Between approximately 40° and 50° s. lat

Meanings of Latakia:

proper noun

A seaport on the coast of western syria, opposite the north-eastern tip of cyprus; population 366,600 (est. 2009).

Latch

lætʃ

Meanings of Latch:

noun

A metal bar with a catch and lever used for fastening a door or gate.

Usage examples:

Lifting the latch, she pushed the gate open
verb

Fasten (a door or gate) with a latch.

Usage examples:

She latched the door carefully

Meanings of Latch on to:

phrasal verb

Take up an idea or trend enthusiastically.

Usage examples:

The newspapers latched on to the idea of healthy eating

Meanings of Latch onto:

phrasal verb

(esp. of living things) to become firmly attached to someone or something

Usage examples:

Antibodies latch onto proteins on the surfaces of the virus., in 1991, the company latched onto the…

Latched

lætʃ

Meanings of Latched:

verb

Fasten (a door or gate) with a latch.

Usage examples:

She latched the door carefully
noun

A metal bar with a catch and lever used for fastening a door or gate.

Usage examples:

Lifting the latch, she pushed the gate open

Latches

lætʃ

Meanings of Latches:

noun

A metal bar with a catch and lever used for fastening a door or gate.

Usage examples:

Lifting the latch, she pushed the gate open
verb

Fasten (a door or gate) with a latch.

Usage examples:

She latched the door carefully

Latchet

ˈlatʃɪt

Meanings of Latchet:

noun

A narrow thong or lace for fastening a shoe or sandal.

Usage examples:

The cover with mock latchet and ring finial and the two-stepped, angular handles on the body are po…

Latchets

ˈlatʃɪt

Meanings of Latchets:

noun

A narrow thong or lace for fastening a shoe or sandal.

Usage examples:

The cover with mock latchet and ring finial and the two-stepped, angular handles on the body are po…

Meanings of Latching:

verb

Fasten (a door or gate) with a latch.

Usage examples:

She latched the door carefully
noun

A metal bar with a catch and lever used for fastening a door or gate.

Usage examples:

Lifting the latch, she pushed the gate open

Latchkey

ˈlatʃkiː

Meanings of Latchkey:

noun

A key of an outer door of a house.

Usage examples:

Keoch declined the offer, wishing to be with his family, but offered to drop the others off at the …

Latchkeys

ˈlatʃkiː

Meanings of Latchkeys:

noun

A key of an outer door of a house.

Usage examples:

Keoch declined the offer, wishing to be with his family, but offered to drop the others off at the …

Late

leɪt

Meanings of Late:

adjective

Doing something or taking place after the expected, proper, or usual time.

Usage examples:

His late arrival
adverb

After the expected, proper, or usual time.

Usage examples:

She arrived late

Meanings of Latebra:

noun

A hiding place; a place of refuge or concealment. in natural history: a winter refuge, a hibernaculum, a pupal cell, etc.

Meanings of Latebricole:

adjective

Of an animal, especially a spider: living concealed in a hole.

Meanings of Latecomer:

noun

A person who arrives late.

Usage examples:

Latecomers were not admitted before the interval

Latecomers

ˈleɪtˌkʌm.ər

Meanings of Latecomers:

noun

A person who arrives late.

Usage examples:

Latecomers were not admitted before the interval

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