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long

(longue)
Pronunciation: /lɔ̃; lɔ̃g/

Translation of long in English:

adj

adv

  • 1en dire long/trop long/plus long to say a lot/too much/more (sur qn/qch about sb/sth)
  • 2s'habiller long to wear longer skirts

m

  • un câble de six mètres de long a cable six metres (BrE) long, a six-metre (BrE) long cable en long lengthwise en long et en large [tell] in great detail marcher de long en large to pace up and down en long, en large et en travers [fam], [tell] at great length le long du mur along the wall up or down the wall tomber de tout son long to fall flat (on one's face)

phr (à la longue)

Compounds

long métrage

  • feature-length film

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