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Meaning of “drawn-out” - Learner’s Dictionary

drawn-out

adjective     /ˌdrɔːnˈaʊt/
continuing for longer than you think is necessary: long, drawn-out negotiationsLong periods of time
Translations of “drawn-out”
in Chinese (Traditional) 延長的, 持續很久的…
in Russian затянувшийся…
in Turkish uzun, uzayan, fazla zaman alan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 延长的, 持续很久的…
in Polish rozwlekły, przeciągły…
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