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Dlang WLong
  • Long steht für:
  • Long (Baoji), Kreis Long in Baoji in der chinesischen Provinz Shaanxi
  • Long (Familienname), Familienname Long
  • Long (Mythologie), Drachenfigur in der chinesischen Mythologie
  • Long (Somme), Gemeinde im französischen Département Somme
  • Long (Wappentier), chinesischer Drache als Wappentier in der Heraldik
  • Long (Einheit), ein historisches französisches Salzmaß
  • steht im weiteren Sinn für:
  • Amphoe Long, Landkreis in der Provinz Phrae, Thailand
  • long, Datentyp für ganzzahlige Werte in der Informatik, siehe Integer (Datentyp)
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    Definition of long in English Dictionary

  • SubstantivPLlongsSUF-long
    1. (linguistics) A long vowel.
      1. (programming) A long integer variable, twice the size of an int, two or four times the size of a short, and half of a long long.
        1. A long is typically 64 bits in a 32-bit environment.
      2. (finance) An entity with a long position in an asset.
        1. Every uptick made the longs cheer.
      3. (music) A note formerly used in music, one half the length of a large, twice that of a breve.
        1. longitude.
        2. VerbSGlongsPRlongingPT, PPlonged
          1. VT (finance) To take a long position in.
            1. The left panel shows the profile of a portfolio consisting of longing a call and shorting a put.
          2. VI To await, to aspire, to desire greatly (something to occur or to be true).
            1. She longed for him to come back.
          3. (archaic) To be appropriate to, to pertain or belong to.
          4. AdjektivCOMlongerSUPlongest
            1. Having much distance from one terminating point on an object or an area to another terminating point (usually applies to horizontal dimensions; see Usage Notes below).
              1. It's a long way from the Earth to the Moon. ‎
            2. Having great duration.
              1. The pyramids of Egypt have been around for a long time. ‎
            3. Seemingly lasting a lot of time, because it is boring or tedious or tiring.
              1. (Britain, dialect) Not short; tall.
                1. (finance) Possessing or owning stocks, bonds, commodities or other financial instruments with the aim of benefiting of the expected rise in their value.
                  1. I'm long in DuPont;  I have a long position in DuPont. ‎
                2. (cricket) Of a fielding position, close to the boundary (or closer to the boundary than the equivalent short position).
                  1. (tennis, of a ball or a shot) That land beyond the baseline (and therefore is out).
                    1. No! That forehand is long  [ …] . ‎
                  2. OBS Occurring or coming after an extended interval; distant in time; far away.
                    1. (archaic) On account of, because of.
                    2. AdverbCOMlongerSUPlongest
                      1. Over a great distance in space.
                        1. He threw the ball long. ‎
                      2. For a particular duration.
                        1. How long is it until the next bus arrives? ‎
                      3. For a long duration.
                        1. Will this interview take long? ‎
                        2. Paris has long been considered one of the most cultured cities in the world. ‎
                    3. Mehr Beispiele
                      1. Wird in der Mitte des Satzes verwendet
                        • It is a 2.66-mile trioval with long stretches of speed-building asphalt, which have been made less threatening by restrictor plates that cut the horsepower of the powerful Car-">stock car engines.
                        • In contrast, veliparib showed only marginal activity against EWSCs in our screen, and in long term growth assays we observed only partial sensitivity at 1.2–10μM (Fig 1A and 1B).
                        • Vesicle elongated, globose, oval-shaped, slightly granulose, with long macrosetae.
                      2. Zu Beginn des Satzes verwendet
                        • Long even before the last tenant had occupied it, the room had been regarded with fear and aversion, and the end of that last tenant had in no way lightened the gloom that hung about the place.
                        • Long and almost straight vessels (vasa recta), into which the efferent vessel of those tufts situated at the bases of the pyramids, divides.
                        • Long an outsider in Western politics, Portugal came in from the cold after the 1974 Carnation Revolution.
                      3. In der Endung des Satzes verwendet
                        • Stem abbreviated, terete-cylindric, to 1 cm long, monophyllous, completely concealed by papyraceous, subancipitous, acute sheaths to 1 cm long.
                        • I didn't get a wink of sleep. I was tossing and turning all night long.
                        • Vote now, as this thread is sure to make its way into squirrelable territory before long!
                    • Wortart Hierarchie
                      1. Adjektive
                        • Unver Adjektive
                        • Adverbien
                          • Substantive
                            • Zählbare Nomen
                            • Verben
                              • Steuer Verben
                                • Intransitive Verben
                                  • Transitive Verben
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                                Source: Wiktionary

                                Meaning of long for the defined word.

                                Grammatisch, dieses wort "long" ist ein adjektive, genauer gesagt, ein unver adjektive. Es ist auch ein adverbien. Es ist auch ein substantive, genauer gesagt, ein zählbare nomen. Es ist auch ein verben, genauer gesagt, ein steuer verben, ein intransitive verben und ein transitive verben.
                                Schwierigkeitsstufen: Höhe 1
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                                Bestimmtheit: Höhe 9
                                Definitiv    ➨     Vielseitig