long

long
I 1. [loŋ] adjective
1) (measuring a great distance from one end to the other: a long journey; a long road; long legs.) dolg
2) (having a great period of time from the first moment to the last: The book took a long time to read; a long conversation; a long delay.) dolg
3) (measuring a certain amount in distance or time: The wire is two centimetres long; The television programme was just over an hour long.) dolg
4) (away, doing or using something etc for a great period of time: Will you be long?) dolgo
5) (reaching to a great distance in space or time: She has a long memory) daljnosežen
2. adverb
1) (a great period of time: This happened long before you were born.) mnogo (prej)
2) (for a great period of time: Have you been waiting long?) dolgo
- long-distance
- long-drawn-out
- longhand
- long house
- long jump
- long-playing record
- long-range
- long-sighted
- long-sightedness
- long-suffering
- long-winded
- as long as / so long as
- before very long
- before long
- in the long run
- the long and the short of it
- no longer
- so long!
II [loŋ] verb
((often with for) to wish very much: He longed to go home; I am longing for a drink.) hrepeneti
- longingly
* * *
I [lɔŋ]
adjective
dolg; dolgotrajen, dolgovezen; juridically časovno odmaknjen; (zlasti economy) dolgoročen; economy čakajoč na zvišanje cen
long arm — dolga roka, oblast
to make a long arm — iztegniti roko po čem
at long bowls — borba na daljavo
American long bit — kovanec za 1ɜ centov
as broad as it is long — vseeno
a long chair — ležalnik
by a long chalk — in že kako
not by a long chalk — kje neki
long clay — dolga pipa
economy a long date — dolg rok
long dozen — 1ʌ kosov
a long drink — pijača iz visokega kozarca
long ears — neumnost
little pitchers have long ears — otroci vse slišijo
a long family — mnogoštevilna družina
the long finger — sredinec
long in the finger — tatinski, dolgoprst
a long face — kisel, žalosten obraz
a long figure ( —ali price) — visoka cena
a long guess — negotova domneva
long hundred — 120 kosov
long hundredweight — angleški cent (50,8 kg)
to have a long head — biti preudaren, bister, daljnoviden
long home — grob
long haul — prevoz ali promet na veliko daljavo
sport long jump — skok v daljino
it is a long lane that has no turning — nobena stvar ne traja večno, vsaki nesreči je enkrat kraj
long measure — dolžinska mera
two long miles — dve dobri milji
economy to be on the long side of the market — ali to be long of the market — špekulirati na višje cene
to make a long nose — pokazati osle
long odds — neenaka stava
long in oil — bogat z oljem, z mnogo olja
it is long odds that — stavim l proti 100
a long purse — globok žep, mnogo denarja
nautical slang longpig — človeško meso (hrana ljudožrcev)
gentlemen of the long robe — pravniki, odvetniki
in the long run — končno, konec koncev
long sight — daljnovidnost (tudi figuratively)
of long standing — dolgoleten, star
to be ( —ali take) a long time in — dolgo potrebovati za
Long Tom — daljnosežen top
to have a long tongue — imeti dolg jezik
long in the tooth — starejša, kakor hoče priznati
long vacation — letni oddih, poletne počitnice
to have a long wind — imeti dobra pljuča, dobro teči, figuratively dolgovezno govoriti
to take long views — misliti na posledice
a long way round — velik ovinek
II [lɔŋ]
adverb
dolgo
as ( —ali so) long as — dokler, samo če
long after — dolgo potem
long ago — zdavnaj
not long ago — pred kratkim
as long ago as 1900 — že l. 1900.
long before — že zdavnaj prej
long since — že davno
all day long — ves dan
so long! — na svidenje!
don't be long — ne pomudi se
to be long in doing s.th. — potrebovati mnogo časa za kaj napraviti
I won't be long — ne bom dolgo odsoten
he won't be long for this world — ne bo več dolgo živel
no ( —ali not any) longer — nič več, ne delj
to hold out longer — dlje zdržati
III [lɔŋ]
noun
dolg čas; dolžina, dolg glas, dolg zlog; British English velike počitnice; plural dolge hlače
at — (the) longest — najdlje
before long — kmalu
for long — za dolgo časa
to take long — dolgo potrebovati
the long and the short of it — bistvo tega, z eno besedo, na kratko
IV [lɔŋ]
intransitive verb
hrepeneti, poželeti (for)
the longed-for rest — težko pričakovan počitek

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