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Las \Las\, n. A lace. See Lace. [Obs.]


Las \Las\, a. & adv. Less. [Obs.]


n. (plural of la English)


LAS may stand for:

  • Little Angels' School, Nepal, nickname
  • Leysin American School, a boarding school in Switzerland
  • Líneas Aéreas Suramericanas, an airline based in Bogotá, Colombia, initials LAS on aircraft
  • Lithuanian Academy of Sciences
  • Liverpool Astronomical Society, United Kingdom
  • Log ASCII Standard, computer file format in the petroleum industry
  • LASer file format, computer file format in LIDAR applications
  • London Ambulance Service, England
  • McCarran International Airport, Paradise, Nevada, USA, IATA code "LAS"
  • Linear alkylbenzene sulfonate, an alternative name for surfactant sodium dodecylbenzenesulfonate
  • Lucasfilm Animation Singapore
  • Lahore American School, Pakistan
  • Lung allocation score, a US metric for eligibility for lung transplant

Las may refer to:

  • Las, killed by Patroclus in Homer's Iliad
  • Las, Lublin Voivodeship, a village in eastern Poland
  • Las, Silesian Voivodeship, a village in southern Poland
  • Las, Gliwice County, a village in Silesian Voivodeship, southern Poland
  • Łaś, Masovian Voivodeship (east-central Poland)
  • Las Khorey, a city in northern Somalia
  • The La's, English pop band

Łaś is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Rzewnie, within Maków County, Masovian Voivodeship, in east-central Poland. It lies approximately north-west of Rzewnie, east of Maków Mazowiecki, and north of Warsaw.

Usage examples of "las".

And now I was in Las Vegas as the motor sports editor of this fine slick magazine that had sent me out here in the Great Red Shark for some reason that nobody claimed to understand.

Jesus, just one hour ago we were sitting over there in that stinking baiginio, stone broke and paralyzed for the weekend, when a call comes through from some total stranger in New York, telling me to go to Las Vegas and expenses be damned - and then he sends me over to some office in Beverly Hills where another total stranger gives me $300 raw cash for no reason at all .

Every now and then when your life gets complicated and the weasels start closing in, the only real cure is to load up on heinous chemicals and then drive like a bastard from Hollywood to Las Vegas.

Actually, we’re both doctors of journalism, and we’re on our way to Las Vegas to cover the main story of our generation.

Tooling along the main drag on a Saturday night in Las Vegas, two good old boys in a fireapple - red convertible .

And we were gathered here in Las Vegas for a very special assignment: to cover the Fourth Annual “Mint 400” .

Stand in front of this fantastic machine, my friend, and for just 99$ your likeness will appear, two hundred feet tall, on a screen above downtown Las Vegas.

Was I just roaming around these Mint Hotel escalators in a drug frenzy of some kind, or had I really come out here to Las Vegas to work on a story?

All these horrible realities began to dawn on me: Here I was all alone in Las Vegas with this goddamn incredibly expensive car, completely twisted on drugs, no attorney, no cash, no story for the magazine - and on top of everything else I had a gigantic goddamn hotel bill to deal with.

Now, sitting in “Wild Bill’s Cafe” on the oputskirts of Las Vegas, I saw it all very learly.

During the next four days I drove that car all over Las Vegas - even the VIP agency’s main office on Paradise Boulevard several times - and at no time was I bothered by any show of rudeness.

One says, 'Welcome to Las Vegas, from the Na tional District Attorneys' Association.

N ot right here in the middle of the Las Vegas airport, on this sweaty -hard morning at the tail end of this mass meeting on the Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs.

But the beach is less complicated than a boiling fast morning in the Las Vegas airport.

Actually, we’re both doctors of journalism, and we’re on our way to Las Vegas to cover the main story of our generation.