Something that is the most recent or current of its kind: the latest in electronic gadgetry. (noun)
At the latest No later than: Have it done by Tuesday at the latest. (idiom)
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Use "latest" in a sentence
"The latest improvements were hurried to the front, and adopted by both armies almost simultaneously; for hardly had the Federal bought, when the Confederate captured, and used, the _very latest_."
"While the term latest and greatest generally lasts only a day or two, the"
"NPR's CEO Vivian Schiller said Williams 'comments were the latest is a series of troubling incidents over several years."