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Spanish translation of “long”

long

verb /loŋ/
(often with for) to wish very much
anhelar, ansiar
He longed to go home I am longing for a drink.
longing noun a great desire or wish for something
anhelo, deseo, añoranza
She looked at the cakes with longing.
longingly adverb
con anhelo, con deseo
He looked longingly at the chocolate.
(Definition of long from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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