long - Englisch

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n. long period of time; long object; size for tall men
v. yearn, desire, wish for, crave; pine, miss someone or something
adj. continuing over a great distance; having a great height; extended, prolonged; tedious; broad, comprehensive; far-reaching

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But the journey… it was so long! More than five hours needed to arrive to the famous Tomatina!
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This is because of the long Christian history and tradition that the country has had.
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Before too long, I would pick up a sword, join the army and eventually establish a military dictatorship.
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For her, moving there was the best decision she’s made in a long time.
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However, I couldn’t help questioning how long this happiness would last.
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But that was in the future and I had a long way to go and battles to fight before that would come to pass.
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“The garbage cart,” he shouted and they laughed long and hard.
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British kids are even going overseas to work in the long summer break.
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Japanese people work really hard during exhausting working days that are many hours long and very intense.
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After a long day on the battlefield the soldiers under my command would eat and relax.
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