English → English - long

Pronunciation
n. long period of time; long object; size for tall men
v. yearn, desire, wish for, crave; pine, miss someone or something
adj. continuing over a great distance; having a great height; extended, prolonged; tedious; broad, comprehensive; far-reaching

English → Spanish - long

Pronunciation
s. mucho tiempo; algo largo
v. desear, tener deseo de
adj. largo, alargado, luengo, talar

English → French - long

Pronunciation
n. long temps; longtemps
v. désirer quelqu'un fortement, ardemment; être impatient de, rêver de; languir
adj. long, grand, allongé; peu raisonnable

English → German - long

Pronunciation
n. Lange (große Person, umgangssprachlich); Abkürzung für Längengrad (Kartographie)
v. sich sehnen nach, verlangen, schmachten; vermissen
adj. lang; weit; entfernt

English → Indonesian - long

Pronunciation
v. menghendaki, ingin, damba, mendambakan, mendendam, rindu, merindukan, bercita-cita, kangen, menagih, kempunan
a. panjang, lama, lanjut, lawas, kuat
adv. lama

English → Italian - long

Pronunciation
s. molto tempo; (Mus, Fon) lunga; (Metr) sillaba lunga; (Econ) speculatore al rialzo, rialzista
v. desiderare ardentemente, morire dalla voglia, bramare
agg. lungo; che dura a lungo; interminabile, noioso; alto; molto alto, forte; (Econ) a lunga scadenza; che specula al rialzo; servito in grande quantità

English → Polish - long

Pronunciation
n. czas: długi czas, głoska: długa głoska, wakacje letnie, epistoła {żart.}
v. pragnąć, ochota: mieć wielką ochotę, tęsknić, przykrzyć się
a. długi, daleki, długotrwały, dalekosiężny, odległy, rozwlekły
adv. długo, przydługo

English → Portuguese - long

Pronunciation
s. longo, comprido
v. desejar, apetecer; ter saudades, ter lembranças nostálgicas
adj. comprido; longo; improvável (chances); distante

English → Romanian - long

Pronunciation
n. durată, silabă lungă
a. prelung, lung, îndelungat, ridicat, umflat, mare, numeros
adv. mult timp, tot, întregime: în întregime, mult: de mult, mult

English → Russian - long

Pronunciation
с. долгий срок; долгий гласный
г. страстно желать, стремиться, тосковать
прил. длинный, длительный, долгий; долголетний, давно существующий, долгосрочный; имеющий такую-то длину, имеющий такую-то продолжительность; скучный, медленный, медлительный; многочисленный, обширный; удлиненный, продолговатый; многословный

English → Turkish - long

Pronunciation
f. arzu etmek, özlemini çekmek, gözlemek, hasret kalmak, hasret olmak, özlemek, susamak, istemek, can atmak
i. uzun zaman, uzun süre, uzunluk, uzun ses
s. uzun, uzun vadeli, büyük

English → Ukrainian - long

Pronunciation
n. строк: довгий строк, тривалий період
v. бажати: палко бажати, скучати, жадати
a. довгий, високий, тривалий, протяжний
adv. довго, давно, протягом, завдовж

French → English - long

Pronunciation
adv. a lot, very much

Dutch → English - long

Pronunciation
n. lung

English → Dutch - long

Pronunciation
zn. lange tijd; lang iets
ww. verlangen (naar); smachten; uitzien (naar); missen
bn. lang; langdurig; niet voor rede vatbaar (gevaar)

English → Greek - long

Pronunciation
ρήμ. ποθώ, υπερεπιθυμώ
επίθ. μακρύς, χρόνιος, μάκρος
επίρ. επί μάκρον

French → Spanish - long

Pronunciation
1. (général) largo
2. (vêtements) largo

French → German - long

Pronunciation
adj. lang, durabel, längen-, längs-, ellenlang, groß, geraum, alt, langjährig, weit

French → Italian - long

Pronunciation
1. (général) lungo
2. (vêtements) lungo

French → Portuguese - long

Pronunciation
1. (général) longo; comprido
2. (vêtements) longo; comprido

French → Russian - long

Pronunciation
n. длина (m)
a. длинный, длительный, долгий, долговременный, протяжный, медлительный, дальний

French → Turkish - long

Pronunciation
uzun; yavaş, ağır

Dutch → French - long

Pronunciation
(anatomie) poumon (m)

French → Dutch - long

Pronunciation
1. (général) lang
2. (vêtements) lang; tot op de enkels

English → Arabic - long

Pronunciation
‏طويل، مديد، طويل الأجل، لأجل طويل‏
‏طويلا، منذ عهد بعيد‏

English → Chinese - long

Pronunciation
(名) 长时间; 长音节; 长时期; 长裤
(动) 渴望, 极想, 热望
(形) 长的; 长久的; 远的; 冗长的

English → Chinese - long

Pronunciation
(名) 長時間; 長音節; 長時期; 長褲
(動) 渴望, 極想, 熱望
(形) 長的; 長久的; 遠的; 冗長的

English → Hindi - long

Pronunciation
v. लालायित करना, अत्यन्त अभिलाषा करना
a. लंबा, दीर्घ, फैला हुआ, कठिन, भारी
adv. लंबे समय तक, बहुत दिन पूर्व, बहुत दिन पश्चात

English → Japanese - long

Pronunciation
(動) 思い焦がれる, 待ち望む
(副) 長く; 長期にわたって
(形) 長い; 長くかかる; 長さが…の

English → Korean - long

Pronunciation
명. 오랜기간; 기다란 물건; 키가 큰 사람
동. 그리워 하다; 바라다, 갈망하다
형. 거리가 먼; 키가 큰; 연장된; 지겨운; 포괄적인

English → Vietnamese - long

Pronunciation
n. kỳ nghĩ hè, không bao lâu, sắp xong bây giờ
v. ham muốn, ao ước
a. dài, sự sống lâu, nghĩ lâu, giá cao, có thân dài
adv. lâu, đã lâu

Vietnamese → English - long

n. bosom, barrel, bore

Definition of long

Pronunciation
Adjective
1. Having much distance from one terminating point on an object or an area to another terminating point (usually applies to horizontal dimensions; see Usage Notes below).
It's a long way from the Earth to the Moon.
2. Having great duration.
The pyramids of Egypt have been around for a long time.
3. Seemingly lasting a lot of time, because it is boring or tedious or tiring.
4. Not short; tall.
5. Possessing or owning stocks, bonds, commodities or other financial instruments with the aim of benefiting of the expected rise in their value.
I'm long in DuPont;
I have a long position in DuPont.
6. Of a fielding position, close to the boundary (or closer to the boundary than the equivalent short position).
7. That land beyond the baseline (and therefore is out).
No! That forehand is longnb....
8. Occurring or coming after an extended interval; distant in time; far away.
Adverb
9. Over a great distance in space.
He threw the ball long.
10. For a particular duration.
How long is it until the next bus arrives?
11. For a long duration.
Will this interview take long?
Paris has long been considered one of the most cultured cities in the world.
Noun
12. A long vowel.
13. A long integer variable, twice the size of an int, two or four times the size of a short, and half of a long long.
A long is typically 64 bits in a 32-bit environment.
14. An entity with a long position in an asset.
Every uptick made the longs cheer.
15. A note formerly used in music, one half the length of a large, twice that of a breve.
Verb
16. To take a long position in.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: longing
Present: long (3.person: longs)
Past: longed
Future: will long
Present conditional: would long
Present Perfect: have longed (3.person: has longed)
Past Perfect: had longed
Future Perfect: will have longed
Past conditional: would have longed
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