long-running

long-running

adj
1. of considerable duration
2. (Theatre) broadcast or performed for a long time
3. (Broadcasting) broadcast or performed for a long time
Translations

long-running

[ˈlɒŋˈrʌnɪŋ] ADJ [dispute] → largo; [play] → taquillero, que se mantiene mucho tiempo en la cartelera; [programme] → que lleva mucho tiempo en antena
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