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The period just before a deadline, scheduled event, or other significant or concluding moment: waits until the last minute to do his taxes.
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(modifier) given or done at the latest possible time: last-minute preparations.
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|Adj.||1.||last-minute - just before a deadline; at the last minute; "last-minute arrangements"|
unpunctual - not punctual; after the appointed time
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adjective late, final, frantic, last-ditch, last-gasp, deathbed, eleventh-hour She was doing some last-minute revision for her exams.
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last-minute[ˈlɑːstˈmɪnɪt] ADJ → de última hora
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last-minute[ˈlɑːstˌmɪnɪt] adj (decision) → dell'ultimo momento; (preparation) → fatto/a all'ultimo momento
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