noun, (usually initial capital letters)
a towed 155mm field cannon produced by the U.S. throughout World War II.
a long, heavy cannon formerly carried by small naval vessels.
a long swivel cannon formerly used in naval warfare
a long-range land gun
an army slang name for cannon (sense 1)
noun, Nautical. 1. a single spar fitted above a topmast to carry topgallants, a royal, and all sails above.
[lawng-gur, long-; French lawn-gœr] /lɔŋˈgɜr, lɒŋ-; French lɔ̃ˈgœr/ noun, plural longueurs [lawng-gurz, long-; French lawn-gœr] /lɔŋˈgɜrz, lɒŋ-; French lɔ̃ˈgœr/ (Show IPA) 1. a long and boring passage in a literary work, drama, musical composition, or the like: The longueurs in this book make it almost unreadable. /French lɔ̃ɡœr/ noun 1. a period of boredom or […]
/ˈlɒŋɡəs/ noun 1. ?3rd century ad, Greek author of the prose romance Daphnis and Chloe
noun, British. 1. the summer vacation customary in the law courts and universities. noun 1. the long period of holiday in the summer during which universities, law courts, etc, are closed