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Definición de “long” en inglés

long

adverb (TIME)    /lɒŋ/ US  /lɑːŋ/
A2 used to mean "(for) a long time", especially in questions and negative sentences: Have you been waiting (for) long? I'm just writing a letter but it won't take long. How long have you been in England? Don't rush - take as long as you like. We've been walking all day long. I've known her longer than you have. I won't be staying much longer.Lasting for a long time C2 a long period of time before or after something: She left the house long before I arrived. It wasn't long before he was back with his family. He did not join them until long after they had eaten. used with the past participle or the -ing form of the verb to mean that a state or activity has continued for a long time: a long-awaited letter long-serving employeesLasting for a long time Gramática:LongLong is an adjective or an adverb.See moreGramática:MeasurementsSee moreGramática:Area: length, width, depth and heightWe use the nouns length, width, depth and height and the adjectives long, wide, deep and high to talk about area and size:See moreGramática:Weight and volumeWe use the verb weigh to measure weight:See moreGramática:Frequency, speed, timeWe use many different expressions to describe frequency, speed and time. Here are some of them:See more
(Definition of long adverb (TIME) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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