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long johns Inglés Británico & Universal

Underpants with closely fitted legs that extend to the wearer’s ankles

long-limbed Inglés Británico & Universal

Tall with long legs and arms

long-lived Inglés Británico & Universal

Living or lasting a long time

Long March Inglés Británico & Universal

The epic withdrawal of the Chinese communists from SE to NW China in 1934-5, over a distance of 9,600 km (6,000 miles). 100,000 people, led by Mao Zedong, left the communist rural base after it was almost destroyed by the Kuomintang; 20,000 people survived the journey

long metre Inglés Británico & Universal

A metrical pattern for hymns in which the stanzas have four lines with eight syllables each

long-range Inglés Británico & Universal

(Especially of vehicles or missiles) able to be used or be effective over long distances

long reins Inglés Británico & Universal

A pair of long reins used to school a horse from the ground

long sight Inglés Británico & Universal

The inability to see things clearly, especially if they are relatively close to the eyes, owing to the focusing of rays of light by the eye at a point behind the retina

long waist Inglés Británico & Universal

A low waist on a dress or a person’s body

long-winded Inglés Británico & Universal

(Of speech or writing) continuing at tedious length

month-long Inglés Británico & Universal

Lasting for a month

long live ——! Inglés Británico & Universal

Said to express loyalty or support for a specified person or thing

as long as Inglés Británico & Universal

During the whole time that

long-awaited Inglés Británico & Universal

Having been hoped for or expected for a long time

long distance Inglés Británico & Universal

Travelling or operating between distant places

long division Inglés Británico & Universal

Arithmetical division in which the divisor has two or more figures, and a series of workings is made as successive groups of digits of the dividend are divided by the divisor, to avoid excessive mental calculation

long-eared bat Inglés Británico & Universal

An insectivorous bat with ears that are very long in proportion to the body

long-lasting Inglés Británico & Universal

Enduring or having endured for a long period of time

long measure Inglés Británico & Universal

A measure of length; a linear measure

long-playing Inglés Británico & Universal

(Of a record) about 30 cm in diameter and designed to rotate at 3313 revolutions per minute

long-running Inglés Británico & Universal

Continuing for a long time

long-serving Inglés Británico & Universal

Having held a position for a long time

long-sleeved Inglés Británico & Universal

Having sleeves that reach to the wrist

long-sleever Inglés Británico & Universal

A large glass of beer

long-standing Inglés Británico & Universal

Having existed or continued for a long time

long-termism Inglés Británico & Universal

The practice of making decisions with a view to long-term objectives or consequences

long vacation Inglés Británico & Universal

The summer break of three months taken by universities and (formerly) law courts

Long Parliament Inglés Británico & Universal

The English Parliament which sat from November 1640 to March 1653, was restored for a short time in 1659, and finally voted its own dissolution in 1660. It was summoned by Charles I and sat through the English Civil War and on into the interregnum which followed

long-suffering Inglés Británico & Universal

Having or showing patience in spite of troubles, especially those caused by other people

long-tailed duck Inglés Británico & Universal

A marine diving duck that breeds in Arctic Eurasia and North America, the male having very long tail feathers and mainly white plumage in winter

long-tailed tit Inglés Británico & Universal

A small Eurasian songbird that resembles a tit, having black, white, and pink plumage and a long slender tail, and building a domed nest

long-established Inglés Británico & Universal

Having existed or continued for a long time

so long in so1 Inglés Británico & Universal

Goodbye till we meet again

be long in long1 Inglés Británico & Universal

Take a long time to happen or arrive

by a long way Inglés Británico & Universal

By a great amount; by far

in the long run Inglés Británico & Universal

Over or after a long period of time; eventually

long time no see Inglés Británico & Universal

It’s a long time since we last met (used as a greeting)

long-and-short work Inglés Británico & Universal

Alternating tall and horizontal stone quoins forming a corner of a building, characteristic of Anglo-Saxon architecture

long-horned grasshopper Inglés Británico & Universal

Former term for bush cricket.

Long Island City Inglés Británico & Universal

A section of Queens in New York City, across the East River from Manhattan

long live ——! in live1 Inglés Británico & Universal

Said to express loyalty or support for a specified person or thing

it's a long story Inglés Británico & Universal

Used to indicate that, for now, one does not want to talk about something that is too painful or complicated


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