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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

by a long way in way Inglés Británico & Universal

By a great amount; by far

by a long way Inglés Británico & Universal

By a great amount; by far

take the long view in long1 Inglés Británico & Universal

Think beyond the current situation

take the long view Inglés Británico & Universal

Think beyond the current situation

long-distance relationship Inglés Británico & Universal

A romantic relationship between two people who live far apart and so are unable to meet on a frequent basis

over the long haul Inglés Británico & Universal

Over an extended period of time

it's a long story in story1 Inglés Británico & Universal

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

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

Long Island iced tea Inglés Británico & Universal

A cocktail consisting of rum, vodka, gin, and other spirits mixed with cola and lemon juice

Asian long-horned beetle Inglés Británico & Universal

A large black beetle with white spots whose larvae feed on hardwoods. Infestations in the US have led to large-scale destruction of trees in order to eradicate the pest

the long/short/medium term Inglés Británico & Universal

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

odds Inglés Británico & Universal

The ratio between the amounts staked by the parties to a bet, based on the expected probability either way

at long last in at last Inglés Británico & Universal

In the end; after much delay

art is long, life is short in art1 Inglés Británico & Universal

There is so much knowledge to acquire that a lifetime is not sufficient

art is long, life is short Inglés Británico & Universal

There is so much knowledge to acquire that a lifetime is not sufficient

the long arm of the law in arm1 Inglés Británico & Universal

The far-reaching power of the law

the long arm of the law Inglés Británico & Universal

The far-reaching power of the law

put something on the long finger in finger Inglés Británico & Universal

Postpone consideration of something; put something off

standing Inglés Británico & Universal

The length of time that something has lasted or that someone has fulfilled a role; duration

footlong Inglés Británico & Universal

A hot dog one foot long

livelong1 Inglés Británico & Universal

(Of a period of time) entire

livelong2 Inglés Británico & Universal

A stonecrop, especially orpine

longwall Inglés Británico & Universal

Of or involving a single long face worked (usually mechanically) along its whole length

longboat Inglés Británico & Universal

A large boat which may be launched from a sailing ship

longhair Inglés Británico & Universal

A person with long hair or characteristics associated with it, such as a hippy

longhand Inglés Británico & Universal

Ordinary handwriting (as opposed to shorthand, typing, or printing)

longline Inglés Británico & Universal

A deep-sea fishing line from which are suspended many short lines with baited hooks

longlist Inglés Británico & Universal

A list of selected names or things from which a shortlist is to be compiled

longneck Inglés Británico & Universal

A beer bottle with a long, narrow neck and a capacity of 330 ml

longstop Inglés Británico & Universal

A fielding position (not normally used in the modern game) directly behind the wicketkeeper

lifelong Inglés Británico & Universal

Lasting or remaining in a particular state throughout a person’s life

night of the long knives Inglés Británico & Universal

A treacherous massacre or betrayal, especially the massacre of the Brownshirts on Hitler’s orders in June 1934

to cut a long story short in story1 Inglés Británico & Universal

Used to end an account of events quickly

to cut a long story short Inglés Británico & Universal

Used to end an account of events quickly


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