long-range

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Adjective[edit]

long-range (comparative longer-range, superlative longest-range)

  1. Capable of operating over a great distance.
    Long-range missiles can shoot down any planes before they can even be seen.
  2. Involving a great period of time.
    Long-range planning is not my specialty.
  3. travelling over a long distance
    • 2011 April 11, McNulty, Phil, “Liverpool 3 - 0 Man City”, BBC Sport:
      Carroll struck twice - the first a spectacular long-range strike - as Liverpool established a deserved three-goal lead by the interval and kept their own European ambitions alive with a vibrant display.