English version

last but not least

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlast but not leastlast but not leastLASTused when mentioning the last person or thing in a list, to emphasize that they are still important Last but not least, let me introduce Jane, our new secretary. last
Examples from the Corpus
last but not leastAnd last but not least, I thank Begona Canup for her interest in the book.Last but not least, I would like to thank my wife for her support.Social Security has reduced poverty, and last, but by no means least, it has been a good deal for participants.And, last but not least, its growth and production has a huge impact on the environment we live in.Last but not least, let me introduce Jane, our new accountant.And, last but not least, my cousin Bishop Malduin of Kinrimund with, no doubt, his stepson Colban.And last but not least, the baby of the family.And last but not least, there are all those damn kids sharing files and scaring the media moguls shiftless.And, last but not least, they might re-read the scores while listening.
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