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long-term

adjective  us   /ˈlɔŋˌtɜrm/
happening, existing, or continuing for many years or far into the future: Scientists warned of the long-term effects of global warming.
Translations of “long-term”
in Korean 장기적인…
in Arabic مُدّة طَويلة…
in Portuguese a longo prazo…
in Catalan a llarg termini…
in Japanese 長期の…
in Italian a lungo termine…
in Chinese (Traditional) 長期的…
in Russian длительный…
in Turkish uzun vadeli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 长期的…
in Polish długoterminowy…
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