Long [adjective]

Definition of Long:

extended in space or time

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Sentence/Example of Long:

The minute-long ads will run on TV and digital platforms, according to the Biden campaign.

Enforcing Bastian’s order may be difficult, since some of the policies preceded DeJoy and have been long underway.

These explainers may not be on every video—after all, most clips on the platform are 30 seconds long—but you should definitely look for them in the creator’s feed.

She tested very good for a long period of time, and all of a sudden today she tested positive.

Without that answer, the Clippers now prepare for yet another offseason that will end up being longer than it should have been — exactly what their stars were supposed to insulate them from.

You’re sometimes talking about projects that take a long time to complete.

The move, by Democrats on the House Committee on Education and Labor, marks a significant escalation of a long-running investigation and follows the repeated refusal by the NLRB’s chairman, John Ring, to produce the documents voluntarily.

Fortunately, there was one other thing he could do in support of his long-term vision for the company.

The deal was long fought over by the likes of Microsoft and Walmart.

As brands out there that have been around for a long time, you have to think about how you disrupt the market and do things that might be uncomfortable at times.