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to go a long way
para recorrer un largo camino
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to, go, a, long, way.

to go

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faltar (tiempo, millas, etc.); (argot) para llevar

long adjective

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largo; prolongado

Ejemplos de uso de
long adjective

  • The bridge is the longest in the world.
  • The pants are too long for me.
  • We drove a long distance.
  • the long side of the building
  • The whale was 50 feet long.
  • How long was the race?” “The race was five miles long.”
  • They've had a long and happy marriage.
  • She finds it hard to sit still for long periods of time.
  • The company has a long tradition of serving its customers well.
  • A day is 24 hours long.
  • The team has had a long streak of wins.