LAST
ou LASTE. s. m.
T. de Commerce maritime. Il se dit d'Un certain poids, d'une certaine mesure qui diffère selon les lieux et les denrées, mais qui est ordinairement de deux tonneaux ou quatre milliers. Un navire charge de cent lasts de froment, de farine, de houblon, etc.

L'Academie francaise. 1835.

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