Definition of day-long in English:

day-long

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adjective

Lasting a whole day: a day-long seminar
More example sentences
  • The day-long seminar is aimed at working professionals, managers, and executives.
  • Brown makes clear that the group is not trying to teach all of journalistic ethics in a day-long seminar.
  • The programme is the first of three day-long television events which will enable people across the UK to speak directly to their political leaders.

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Pronunciation: wiːn
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