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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

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 in long1 Inglés Británico & Universal

During the whole time that

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

at last in last1 Inglés Británico & Universal

In the end; after much delay

long-established Inglés Británico & Universal

Having existed or continued for a long time

the long/short/medium term in term Inglés Británico & Universal

Used to refer to a time that is a specified way into the future

in the long run in long1 Inglés Británico & Universal

Over or after a long period of time; eventually

long time no see in long1 Inglés Británico & Universal

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


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