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length

noun
 
 
/leŋθ/
DISTANCE [C, U] B1 the measurement or distance of something from one end to the other
uzunluk, boy
The carpet is over three metres in length. The length of the bay is roughly 200 miles. Measurements in generalMeasurements of length and distance
TIME [C, U] B1 the amount of time something takes
süre, müddet, zaman
the length of a film/play/speech Sitting still for any length of time is quite hard for most children.Measurements in generalPeriods of time - general words
WRITING [C, U] the amount of writing in a book or document
(kitap, yazı vs.) uzunluk
He's written books of various lengths on the subject.Measurements in general
at length If you talk about something at length, you talk for a long time.
uzun uzadıya, uzun bir süre, enine boyuna
We discussed both topics at length.Long periods of timeIn the future and soon
PIECE [C] a long piece of something
bir şeyin uzunluğu, boyu
a length of cloth/cord/ropeWords meaning small pieces and amounts
(Definition of length from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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