- long (English)
- A person who buys a financial security such as a stock, commodity or currency, with the expectation that it will rise in value
- Extending to a great distance.
- For or during a long time.
- Having (a specified) distance from end to end.
- Having a financial position in a security so as to profit if the price of the security goes up.
- Having a shape with one dimension of much greater length than the others.
- Having much distance from one terminating point on an object or an area to another terminating point.
- Having relatively great height.
- Of a specified linear extent or duration.
- Of relatively great duration.
- Of something consisting of a series of items (like a list, a sentence, a literary work): having a great extent from the start to the end.
- Qualifying a measure of length, to indicate that it is greater than stated, or is felt by the speaker to be excessive in duration.
- That which has been so for a long time.
- To have a yearning desire.
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