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long s British & World English

An obsolete form of lower-case s, written or printed as ſ. It was used in initial and medial but not final position in a word, and was generally abandoned in English-language printing shortly before 1800

it's a long story British & World English

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 in story1 British & World English

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

it's a long lane that has no turning British & World English

Nothing goes on forever; change is inevitable

one's long suit in long suit British & World English

One’s outstanding personal quality or achievement

it's a long lane that has no turning in lane British & World English

Nothing goes on forever; change is inevitable

long s New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

obsolete form of lower-case s, written or printed as ſ, ital. ſ; not used in final position

that's a long story in story English-Spanish

eso es largo de contar

it's long past midnight in past English-Spanish

son mucho más de las doce

he's come a long way in way English-Spanish

ha venido de muy lejos

it's a long o big word in word English-Spanish

es una palabra difícil

it's a long drive from here in drive English-Spanish

está a muchas horas de coche de aquí

he's been ailing for a long time in ail English-Spanish

hace tiempo que no anda bien

hi, Joe, it's been a long time in be English-Spanish

qué tal, Joe, tanto tiempo (sin verte)

to grow one's hair/nails (long) in grow English-Spanish

dejarse crecer el pelo/las uñas

he's not long for this world in long English-Spanish

no le queda mucha vida por delante

it's a long swim to the island in swim English-Spanish

hay que nadar un buen trecho para llegar a la isla

it's a very long way down/up in way English-Spanish

hay una buena bajada/subida


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