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  1. long

    • IPA[lɒŋ]

    英式

    • adj.
      measuring a great distance from end to end;(after a measurement and in questions) measuring a specified distance from end to end
    • n.
      a long period;a long sound such as a long signal in Morse code or a long vowel or syllable
    • adv.
      for a long time;in questions about a period of time
    • noun: long, plural noun: longs

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    • 片語
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. measuring a great distance from end to end:

      a long corridor

      long black hair

    • 2. (after a measurement and in questions) measuring a specified distance from end to end:

      a boat 150 feet long

    • 3. (of a journey) covering a great distance:

      I went for a long walk

    • 4. (of a ball in sport) travelling a great distance, or further than expected or intended:

      he tried to head a long ball back to the keeper

    • 5. (of a garment or sleeves on a garment) covering the whole of a person's legs or arms:

      a sweater with long sleeves

      he's scarcely old enough to be in long trousers

    • 6. of elongated shape:

      shaped like a torpedo, long and thin

    • 7. (of a person) tall.
    • 8. lasting or taking a great amount of time:

      a long and distinguished career

      she took a long time to dress

    • 9. (after a noun of duration and in questions) lasting or taking a specified amount of time:

      a week-long course

      the debates will be 90 minutes long

    • 10. seeming to last more time than is the case; lengthy:

      serving long hours on the committee

    • 11. (of a person's memory) retaining things for a great amount of time.
    • 12. relatively great in extent:

      write a long report

      a long list of candidates

    • 13. (after a noun of extent and in questions) having a specified extent:

      the statement was three pages long

    • 14. (of a vowel) categorized as long with regard to quality and length (e.g. in standard British English the vowel /uː/ in food is long as distinct from the short vowel /ʊ/ in good).
    • 15. (of a vowel or syllable) having the greater of the two recognized durations.
    • 16. (of odds or a chance) reflecting or representing a low level of probability:

      winning against long odds

    • 17. (of shares, bonds, or other assets) bought in advance, with the expectation of a rise in price.
    • 18. (of a broker or their position in the market) buying or based on long stocks.
    • 19. (of a security) maturing at a distant date.
    • 20. (of a drink) large and refreshing, and in which alcohol, if present, is not concentrated.
    • 21. well supplied with:

      an industry that's long on ideas but short on cash

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a long period:

      see you before long

      it will not be for long

    • 2. a long sound such as a long signal in Morse code or a long vowel or syllable:

      two longs and a short

    • 3. long-dated securities, especially gilts.
    • 4. assets held in a long position.
    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. for a long time:

      we hadn't known them long

      an experience they will long remember

    • 2. in questions about a period of time:

      how long have you been working?

    • 3. at a time distant from a specified event or time:

      the work was compiled long after his death

    • 4. after an implied point of time:

      he couldn't wait any longer

    • 5. (after a noun of duration) throughout a specified period:

      it rained all day long

    • 6. (with reference to the ball in sport) at, to, or over a great distance:

      the Cambridge side played the ball long

    • 7. beyond the point aimed at; too far:

      he threw the ball long

    • abbr longitude.

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    • comb. (added to nouns) for the duration of:

    • lifelong

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    • comb. (added to nouns) for the duration of:

    • lifelong

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    • n.
      a yearning desire:
    • Miranda felt a wistful longing for the old days

      his tale of love and longing

    • adj.
      having or showing a yearning desire:
    • her longing eyes

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    • n.
      a yearning desire:
    • Miranda felt a wistful longing for the old days

      a tale of love and longing

    • adj.
      having or showing a yearning desire:
    • her longing eyes

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    • IPA[lôNG]

    美式

    • adj.
      measuring a great distance from end to end:
    • a long corridor

      long black hair

    • n.
      a long interval or period:
    • see you before long

      it will not be for long

    • adv.
      for a long time:
    • we hadn't known them long

      an experience they will long remember

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    • IPA[lɒŋ]

    英式

    • v.
      have a strong wish or desire:
    • she longed for a little more excitement

      we are longing to see the new baby

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    美式

    • v.
      have a strong wish or desire:
    • she longed for a little more excitement

      we are longing to see the new baby

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