- 1A long distance (in reference to the transport of freight or passengers): [as modifier]: a long-haul flightMore example sentences
- Once in my seat I started to behave like a passenger on a long-haul flight.
- She said she had barely heard of the Digital Hub when a passenger on a long-haul flight from the US told her about it.
- On a long-haul flight, flight attendants warm the food for passengers' convenience.
- 1.1A prolonged and difficult effort or task: getting the proposal passed is likely to be a long haul we’re in for the long haulMore example sentences
- I have absolutely no doubt it's about my intentions to stay in for the long haul.
- Some hope for rescue, while others take steps to dig in for the long haul.
- They planned to be in for the long haul and more joined them on February 23.
over the long haul
- chiefly North American Over an extended period of time.More example sentences
- Although there are a number of ground rules that must be followed to ensure the best chance for success, the paradigm is one that can be supported over the long haul.
- Numerous African countries have put their faith and trust in the United States to support this initiative over the long haul.
- An unusual amount of caution is leading businesses to press workers and facilities to a greater degree than can be sustained over the long haul.
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