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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- adjective: Extending or traveling a relatively great distance.
- adjective: Having relatively great height; tall.
- adjective: Having the greater length of two or the greatest length of several: the long edge of the door.
- adjective: Of relatively great duration: a long time.
- adjective: Of a specified linear extent or duration: a mile long; an hour long.
- adjective: Made up of many members or items: a long shopping list.
- adjective: Extending beyond an average or standard: a long game.
- adjective: Extending or landing beyond a given boundary, limit, or goal: Her first serve was long.
- adjective: Tediously protracted; lengthy: a long speech.
- adjective: Concerned with distant issues; far-reaching: took a long view of the geopolitical issues.
- adjective: Involving substantial chance; risky: long odds.
- adjective: Having an abundance or excess of: "politicians whose résumés are long on competence” ( Margaret Garrard Warner).
- adjective: Having a holding of a commodity or security in expectation of a rise in price: long on soybeans.
- adjective: Linguistics Having a comparatively great duration. Used of a vowel or consonant.
- adjective: Grammar Of, relating to, or being the English speech sounds (ā, ē, ī, ō, o͞o) that are tense vowels or diphthongs.
- adjective: Stressed or accented. Used of a syllable in accentual prosody.
- adjective: Being of relatively great duration. Used of a syllable in quantitative prosody.
- adverb: During or for an extended period of time: The promotion was long due.
- adverb: At or to a considerable distance; far: She walked long past the end of the trail.
- adverb: Beyond a given boundary, limit, or goal: hit the return long.
- adverb: For or throughout a specified period: They talked all night long.
- adverb: At a point of time distant from that referred to: That event took place long before we were born.
- adverb: Into or in a long position, as of a commodity market.
- noun: A long time: This won't take long.
- noun: Linguistics A long syllable, vowel, or consonant.
- noun: One who acquires holdings in a security or commodity in expectation of a rise in price.
- noun: A garment size for a tall person.
- noun: Trousers extending to the feet or ankles.
- idiom: any longer For more time: can't wait any longer.
- idiom: before long Soon.
- idiom: long ago At a time or during a period well before the present: I read that book long ago.
- idiom: long ago A time well before the present: heroes of long ago.
- idiom: long in the tooth Growing old.
- idiom: no longer Not now as formerly: He no longer smokes.
- idiom: not long for Unlikely to remain for much more time in: not long for this world.
- idiom: the long and the short of it The substance or gist: You can look on the front page of the paper for the long and the short of it.
- verb-intransitive: To have an earnest, heartfelt desire, especially for something beyond reach.
- long vowel ilgas balsis
- long syllable ilgas skiemuo
- ilgai trunkąs
- to be long užtrukti
- long dozen velnio tuzinas
- long priceaukšta kaina
- in the long run galų gale
- how long kaip ilgai
- kiek laiko (apie trukmę)