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-long Inglés Británico & Universal

(Added to nouns) for the duration of

long1 Inglés Británico & Universal

Measuring a great distance from end to end

long2 Inglés Británico & Universal

Have a strong wish or desire

Long, Huey Pierce Inglés Británico & Universal

(1893–1935) US politician; known as the Kingfish. A Democrat, he served as governor of Louisiana 1928–31 and as a US senator 1932–35 and was known as a dictatorial demagogue with politically radical ideas, most notably his “Share the Wealth” program. Not long after he announced his plans to run for the US presidency, he was assassinated

Long, Stephen Harriman Inglés Británico & Universal

(1784–1864), US Army officer and explorer. His expeditions included the upper Mississippi in 1817 and the Rocky Mountain region in 1820. Longs Peak in Colorado is named for him

long s Inglés Británico & Universal

An obsolete form of lower-case s, written or printed as ſ. It was used in initial and medial but not final position in a word, and was generally abandoned in English-language printing shortly before 1800

so long Inglés Británico & Universal

Goodbye till we meet again

be long Inglés Británico & Universal

Take a long time to happen or arrive

long on Inglés Británico & Universal

A fielding position far behind the bowler and towards the on side

age-long Inglés Británico & Universal

Having existed for a very long time

day-long Inglés Británico & Universal

Lasting a whole day

week-long Inglés Británico & Universal

Lasting for a week

year-long Inglés Británico & Universal

Lasting for or throughout a year

hour-long Inglés Británico & Universal

Lasting for one hour

long ago Inglés Británico & Universal

In the distant past

long-ago Inglés Británico & Universal

Existing in or relating to a time in the distant past

long ball Inglés Británico & Universal

(In sport) a ball that is hit, kicked, or thrown a long way

long-day Inglés Británico & Universal

(Of a plant) needing a long period of light each day to initiate flowering, which therefore happens naturally as the days lengthen in the spring

long face Inglés Británico & Universal

An unhappy or disappointed expression

long haul Inglés Británico & Universal

A long distance (in reference to the transport of goods or passengers)

long hop Inglés Británico & Universal

A short-pitched, easily hit ball

long jump Inglés Británico & Universal

An athletic event in which competitors jump as far as possible along the ground in one leap

long leg Inglés Británico & Universal

A fielding position far behind the batsman on the leg side

long lens Inglés Británico & Universal

A lens with a long focal length, especially as a camera attachment for taking photographs from a great distance

long-life Inglés Británico & Universal

(Of food) treated so as to stay fresh for longer than usual

long-lost Inglés Británico & Universal

Lost or absent for a long time

long mark Inglés Británico & Universal

Informal term for macron.

long off Inglés Británico & Universal

A fielding position far behind the bowler and towards the off side

long pig Inglés Británico & Universal

A translation of a term formerly used in some Pacific islands for human flesh as food

long shot Inglés Británico & Universal

An attempt or guess that has only the slightest chance of succeeding or being accurate

long-stay Inglés Británico & Universal

Denoting or relating to people staying somewhere for a long time

long suit Inglés Británico & Universal

(In bridge or whist) a holding of several cards of one suit in a hand, typically 5 or more out of the 13

long tail Inglés Británico & Universal

(In retail and marketing) used to refer to the large number of products that sell in small quantities, as contrasted with the small number of best-selling products

long-term Inglés Británico & Universal

Occurring over or relating to a long period of time

long-time Inglés Británico & Universal

(Especially of a person) having had a specified role or identity for a long time

long tom Inglés Británico & Universal

A large cannon with a long range

long wave Inglés Británico & Universal

A radio wave of a wavelength above one kilometre (and a frequency below 300 kHz)

long-acting Inglés Británico & Universal

(Chiefly of a drug) having effects that last for a long time

Long Beach Inglés Británico & Universal

A port and resort in California, situated on the south side of the Los Angeles conurbation; population 463,789 (est. 2008)

long black Inglés Británico & Universal

A type of coffee made by adding a shot of espresso to hot water

Long Branch Inglés Británico & Universal

A city in east central New Jersey, on the Atlantic Ocean, long a noted summer resort; population 32,622 (est. 2008)

long corner Inglés Británico & Universal

(In field hockey) a penalty hit taken from the back line within 5 yards of the corner

long-dated Inglés Británico & Universal

(Of securities) not due for early payment or redemption

long-drawn Inglés Británico & Universal

Continuing for a long time, especially for longer than is necessary

long-headed Inglés Británico & Universal

Having or showing foresight and good judgement

Long Island Inglés Británico & Universal

An island on the coast of New York State. Its western tip, comprising the New York districts of Brooklyn and Queens, is separated from Manhattan and the Bronx by the East River and is linked to Manhattan by the Brooklyn Bridge


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