lastest

Lastest vs Undefined - What's the difference?

lastest | undefined |


As a verb lastest

is (archaic) (last).

As an adjective undefined is

lacking a definition or value.

Lastest vs Lates - What's the difference?

lastest | lates |


As verbs the difference between lastest and lates

is that lastest is (archaic) (last) while lates is .

Lastest vs Null - What's the difference?

lastest | null |


As verbs the difference between lastest and null

is that lastest is archaic second-person singular of last while null is to nullify; to annul.

As a noun null is

a non-existent or empty value or set of values.

As an adjective null is

having no validity, "null and void.

Lastest vs Lastly - What's the difference?

lastest | lastly |


As a verb lastest

is archaic second-person singular of last.

As an adverb lastly is

Used to mark the beginning of the last in a list of items or propositions.

Previous vs Lastest - What's the difference?

previous | lastest |


As an adjective previous

is prior; occurring before something else, either in time or order.

As a noun previous

is an existing criminal record; short for "previous convictions".

As a verb lastest is

archaic second-person singular of last.

Lastest - What does it mean?

lastest | |

is likely misspelled.


has no English definition.

As a verb lastest

is archaic second-person singular of last.

Recent vs Lastest - What's the difference?

recent | lastest |


As an adjective recent

is having happened a short while ago.

As a verb lastest is

archaic second-person singular of last.

Newest vs Lastest - What's the difference?

newest | lastest |


As an adjective newest

is superlative of new.

As a verb lastest is

archaic second-person singular of last.

Lastest vs Hastest - What's the difference?

lastest | hastest |


In archaic terms the difference between lastest and hastest

is that lastest is archaic second-person singular of last while hastest is archaic second-person singular of haste.

Latest or Lastest - What's the difference?

latest | lastest |


As a verb lastest

is archaic second-person singular of last.

As an adjective latest is

superlative of late.

As an adverb latest is

superlative of late POS=adverb.

As a noun latest is

the most recent thing, particularly information or news.

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