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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlatestlat‧est1 /ˈleɪtɪst/ ●●● S2 W2 adjective [only before noun]  NEWRECENTLYthe most recent or the newest all the latest gossip His latest film is one of the funniest he’s ever made.
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latestThe latest attempt to reach a peace settlement ended in failure.He used the latest camera technology, and experimented with all the techniques that were available.It tells us foolish bedtime stories in exchange for our promises to purchase the latest corporate goods and corporate services.This proved to be an imposing edifice in the latest Empire style.the latest fashionthe latest fashions from the Paris catwalksGore received 338,000 more votes, according to the latest figures.The girls spent the evening catching up on the latest gossip.Meanwhile, economic growth is unlikely to reach even 1 percent this year, according to the latest government estimate.This is the latest in a series of Mafia killings.For the latest information visit the German National Tourist Office website at http://www.germany-tourism.de.In her latest movie she plays an LA cop.Have you seen Spielberg's latest movie?Clinton enjoys a wide lead over Dole, according to the latest nationwide public opinion survey.Tune into Radio 5 Live for the latest news and sport.Have you heard the latest news?The latest row is mainly over the cost of the fixed equipment for the tunnel.
latestlatest2 noun  1 the latest2 at the latest