- (idiomatic) After a long time; eventually.
- Now that the dog has stopped barking, perhaps we can at last get some rest.
- After three hundred years had passed, at last the vampire's soul was free.
- (idiomatic) In the end; finally; ultimately.
- Upon balancing the account, the profit at last will hardly countervail the inconveniences that go along with it.
- After all their troubles, at last they lived happily ever after.
- After exhausting all possibilities, Holmes was at last satisfied the problem was unsolvable.
- (after a long time) in due course, sooner or later; see also Thesaurus:eventually
- (in the end) lastly, ultimately; see also Thesaurus:finally
- French: enfin
- German: endlich
- Italian: finalmente
- Portuguese: finalmente
- Russian: наконе́ц
- Spanish: por fin, al fin
- French: à la fin, au bout du compte, finalement
- German: schließlich
- Portuguese: por fim
- Russian: напосле́док
- Spanish: al fin, por fin, al cabo