[lawng-leef, long-] /ˈlɔŋˌlif, ˈlɒŋ-/
an American pine, Pinus palustris, valued as a source of turpentine and for its timber.
the wood of this tree.
a North American pine tree, Pinus palustris, with long needle-like leaves and orange-brown bark: the most important timber tree of the southeastern US
- Long lease
noun 1. (in England and Wales) a lease, originally for a period of over 21 years, on a whole house of low rent and ratable value, which is the occupants’ only or main residence. The leaseholder is entitled to buy the freehold, claim an extension of 50 years, or become a statutory tenant
- Longleat house
/ˈlɒŋliːt/ noun 1. an Elizabethan mansion near Warminster in Wiltshire, built (from 1568) by Robert Smythson for Sir John Thynne; the grounds, landscaped by Capability Brown, now contain a famous safari park
- Long leg
noun 1. (cricket)
/ˈlɒŋˌlɛɡd; -ˌlɛɡɪd/ adjective 1. having long legs 2. (informal) (of a person or animal) able to run fast