1 a largo plazo, de largo plazo
long-term effects efectos a largo plazo
a largo plazo adj.
'lɔːŋ'tɜːrm, 'lɒŋtɜːm
adjective (usu before n)
a) (in the future) <effects/benefits> a largo plazo
b) (for a long period) <solution> duradero; <effects> prolongado; <unemployment> de larga duración; <parking lot> (AmE) para estacionamiento or (Esp) aparcamiento prolongado
ADJ [effect, investment, care, solution] a largo plazo

joining the army is a long-term commitment — entrar en el ejército significa comprometerse a largo plazo

the drug's long-term effects — los efectos del medicamento a largo plazo

this will have a long-term effect on unemployment — esto tendrá un efecto a largo plazo sobre el desempleo

they're in a long-term relationship — llevan tiempo juntos

I've had several long-term relationships — he tenido varias relaciones sentimentales duraderas

the long-term unemployedlas personas que llevan mucho tiempo sin trabajo

long-term unemployment — el desempleo de larga duración


long-term car park N — parking m para aparcamiento or (LAm) estacionamiento prolongado

long-term memory N — memoria f a largo plazo

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['lɔːŋ'tɜːrm, 'lɒŋtɜːm]
adjective (usu before n)
a) (in the future) <effects/benefits> a largo plazo
b) (for a long period) <solution> duradero; <effects> prolongado; <unemployment> de larga duración; <parking lot> (AmE) para estacionamiento or (Esp) aparcamiento prolongado

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