Translation of long-term in Spanish:
adjective (usually before noun)
- 1.1 (in the future)(effects/benefits)what are your long-term prospects?a largo plazo1.2 (for a long period)¿qué perspectivas tienes a largo plazo?(solution)(effects)(debts/returns)a largo plazo(unemployment)de larga duración(parking lot) (American English)this measure will do long-term damagepara estacionamiento or (Spain) aparcamiento prolongadolong-term memorylos efectos perjudiciales de esta medida se dejarán sentir durante largo tiempomemoria (feminine) a largo plazoExample sentences
- The firm has also taken on two long-term unemployed bricklayers to work with them.
- It could take longer to effect than we hoped, but it remains our long-term objective.
- The long-term effects of cannabis on the body are still a matter of controversy.
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