What is the
difference between Last and Lust?
What is the difference between Last and Lust? :
Last : (adjective)
( 1 ) Coming after all others in time or order
December is the last month of the year.
( 2 ) Most recent
I thought his last book was one of the best.
( 3 ) Least likely or suitable
She is the last person to trust with a secret.
( 4 ) Final
This is the last hope of winning.
This is our last bottle of milk.
Last : (adverb)
( 1 ) After all others
He came last in the race.
That counter ranks last in industrial output.
( 2 ) Most recently, on the occasion before the present time
I saw her last in Mumbai two years ago.
We last defeated them in 1999.
Last : (verb)
( 1 ) Endure
The war lasted for five years.
She will not last long in that job. It is too tough.
How long do you think this fine weather will last?
( 2 ) Be adequate or enough
We have enough food to last five days.
( 3 ) Be strong enough to survive or endure something
He is very ill and probably will not last the night.
Last : (noun)
( 1 ) Person or thing that is last or mentioned last
These are the last of our apples.
We invited Gita, Rita and Sita – the last being Raja’s sister.
( 2 ) Consistently
Until the last possible moment
He died protesting his innocence to the last.
Lust : (noun)
( 1 ) Strong sexual desires
You should curb your lust.
Did you gratify your lusts?
( 2 ) Intense desire for something or enjoyment of something
He has a lust for power.
Lust : (verb)
( 1 ) Feel a strong desire for something / someone
He lusts after girls.
He lusted for revenge.
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