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Translation of "long" - English-Turkish dictionary

long

adverb     /lɒŋ/
A2 for a long time uzun süre, epey zaman We didn't have to wait long for the train. The band played long into the night.Long periods of time
as long as
B1 used when you are talking about something that must happen before something else can happen ...dığı/diği sürece; ...mak/mek şartıyla; eğer You can play football as long as you do your homework first.Connecting words which express a condition
before long
B2 soon çok geçmeden, daha fazla geç olmadan, kısa zamanda He'll be home before long.In the future and soon
long ago
If something happened long ago, it happened a great amount of time ago. uzun süre önce, epey önce, çok evvelden In the past
no longer/not any longer
B1 not now artık, bundan böyle He no longer works here.In the past
(Definition of long adverb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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