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long

adjective (TIME) 时间     /lɒŋ/ US  /lɑːŋ/
continuing for a large amount of time 长时间的,长久的 a long film/meeting 很长的电影/会议 I've been waiting a long time. 我已经等了很久了。 It's a long time since I worked there. 我不在那里工作已经很久了。 Apparently the sessions are an hour long. 显然这些会议都长达1个小时。 Lasting for a long time
(Definition of long adjective (TIME) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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