Spanish English Dictionary

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tardar in English:

1. last


I retired last year.
Last Friday I ate dinner with my girlfriend in a restaurant.
How long did the film last? I'm sorry, I don't understand that last sentence. I'm telling you this for the last time
Last year, I spent so much time by myself that I almost forgot how to communicate effectively with others.
Tom adapted last year's lesson plans so he could use them with this year's lower level students.
It's unlikely that tomorrow's meeting will last over an hour.
I took a cooking class last spring and learned to bake bread.
There were some three thousand people who took part in the strike last week.
I haven't seen you for ages. Do you remember when I saw you last?
We met last year and hope to meet again next year.
Cherry blossoms last only for a few days, a week at the most.
The last time I read classical Japanese literature was in high school.
I hurried to the bus stop so that I would not miss the last bus.
Exports in January were up 20% over the same period of last year.
When the Englishman heard this last question, he could not believe his ears.

English word "tardar"(last) occurs in sets:

regular verbs

2. to be late


It's impolite to be late.