Hay 3 traducciones de largo en inglés:

largo1

(-ga)

adj

  • 1 1.1 [camino/pasillo] long; [pelo/uñas/piernas] long; [falda/pantalones] long una camisa de manga larga a long-sleeved shirt las mangas me quedan largas the sleeves are too long (for me) se cayó cuan largo era he fell flat on his face es un tío muy largo [familiar/colloquial] he's very tall o [colloquial/familiar] lanky 1.2 (en locs) a lo largo [cortar/partir] lengthwise, lengthways a lo largo de (de un camino, río) along (de una jornada, novela) throughout los libros que publicó a lo largo de su vida the books she published during her lifetime o in the course of her life tras los incidentes que se han producido a lo largo de la semana following the incidents which have taken place in the course of the week a lo largo y ancho del continente americano all over o throughout the American continent, the length and breadth of the American continent ponerse de largo to wear a long skirt/dress (como debutante) to come out
  • 2 [espera/viaje/visita] long; [conferencia/novela] long; [vocal/sílaba] long la semana se me ha hecho muy larga it's been a long week un juicio que se está haciendo muy largo a trial which is going on for a long time o dragging on les unía una larga amistad they had been friends for a long time es muy largo de contar it's a long story un tren de largo recorrido a long-distance train plazo, alcance ir para largo [familiar/colloquial], parece que va para largo it looks like it's going to be a while yet o to go on for a while yet largo y tendido at great length hablaron largo y tendido sobre el tema they discussed the topic at great length, they had a lengthy discussion on the subject pasar or seguir de largo to go straight past ser más largo que un día sin pan or (RPl) que esperanza de pobre [familiar/colloquial] to take forever [colloquial/familiar] venir de largo to go back a long way esa disputa ya viene de largo that dispute goes back a long way o has been going on for a long time, that is a longstanding dispute
  • 3 (en expresiones de cantidad) media hora larga a good half-hour tres kilómetros largos a good three kilometers

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Palabra del día lavado
m
wash …
Hecho cultural del día

Did you know that gallego is the language of Galicia, spoken by around 3 million people? It is an official requirement for many official and academic positions, and a compulsory school subject. Galician, a Romance language close to Portuguese, was banned under Franco but with the return to democracy, it became an official language in Galicia beside Castilian. Nowadays there is Galician radio and television, and a considerable amount of publishing. Galician has less social prestige than Catalan and Basque in their homelands. The middle classes have largely opted to use Castilian. See also lenguas cooficiales.

Hay 3 traducciones de largo en inglés:

largo2

m

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Palabra del día lavado
m
wash …
Hecho cultural del día

Did you know that gallego is the language of Galicia, spoken by around 3 million people? It is an official requirement for many official and academic positions, and a compulsory school subject. Galician, a Romance language close to Portuguese, was banned under Franco but with the return to democracy, it became an official language in Galicia beside Castilian. Nowadays there is Galician radio and television, and a considerable amount of publishing. Galician has less social prestige than Catalan and Basque in their homelands. The middle classes have largely opted to use Castilian. See also lenguas cooficiales.

Hay 3 traducciones de largo en inglés:

largo3

interj

  • [familiar/colloquial] tb ¡largo de aquí! go away!, get out of here!

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Palabra del día lavado
m
wash …
Hecho cultural del día

Did you know that gallego is the language of Galicia, spoken by around 3 million people? It is an official requirement for many official and academic positions, and a compulsory school subject. Galician, a Romance language close to Portuguese, was banned under Franco but with the return to democracy, it became an official language in Galicia beside Castilian. Nowadays there is Galician radio and television, and a considerable amount of publishing. Galician has less social prestige than Catalan and Basque in their homelands. The middle classes have largely opted to use Castilian. See also lenguas cooficiales.