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    last update

    Hi there. Just want to know if the phrase "lastest update" is correct. I believe that update is enough because it is already the latest.

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    susiedqq is offline Key Member
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    Re: last update

    Not necessarily - there is the original, then there could be many updates after that, but the latest update is the last one made.

    Some people prefer "most recent update."

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