I find "last" ambiguous in the following context:
I destroyed his report in our last meeting.
IMHO, both of the following interpretations make sense:
"He can get however pissed he wants; he won't be seeing me again anyway." – the meeting was the last one and there will be no more meetings.
"I'd had enough of his bullying and I just couldn't hold it off." – the meeting was held this morning and we will meet again tomorrow morning.
As such, is there a way to disambiguate "last" in this context without supplying more information? Is there another word that only matches one of the meanings?
Thanks in advance!
I think I might have understood something wrongly.
My understanding was that last meeting can denote the final meeting as well as the previous meeting, e.g. "In the last meeting, we discussed..."
Does the second denotation hold?