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Translation of "long haul" - English-Japanese dictionary

long haul

noun /ˈlɒŋ ˌhɔːl/
a long period, from its beginning all the way to its end 長期間 We want people who will be in this job for the long haul.
Translations of “long haul”
in Korean 오랜 시간…
in Arabic فَترةطَويلة…
in Portuguese longo período de tempo…
in Catalan llarg termini…
in Italian tirata…
(Definition of long haul noun from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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