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  • long-life — adj 1.) long life products continue working longer than ordinary ones ▪ long life batteries 2.) BrE long life foods stay fresh longer than ordinary ones ▪ long life milk …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • long-life — adjective BRITISH long life products have been especially designed or treated so that they last longer than the normal types: long life batteries …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • long-life — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ (of perishable goods) treated so as to stay fresh for longer than usual …   English terms dictionary

  • Long Life — Infobox Album | Name = Long Life Type = Album Artist = Prince Far I Released = 1978 Recorded = Harry J. Studios, Kingston, Jamaica Genre = Reggae Length = ?:? Label = Virgin Producer = Martin Mandingo Williams Reviews = *Allmusic (4/5)… …   Wikipedia

  • long-life — UK / US adjective British long life products have been especially designed or treated so that they last longer than the normal types long life milk/fruit juice long life batteries …   English dictionary

  • long-life — ADJ: ADJ n Long life light bulbs and batteries are manufactured so that they last longer than ordinary ones. Long life fruit juice and in Britain milk have been specially treated so that they last a long time …   English dictionary

  • long-life — adjective BrE long life milk, batteries etc are treated so that they stay fresh or continue working for a long time …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • long-life — /ˈlɒŋ laɪf/ (say long luyf) adjective 1. → UHT. 2. of or relating to any product which has been treated to extend its utility beyond the normal length of time: long life brake pads …   Australian English dictionary

  • long-life — adjective (of perishable goods) treated to stay fresh longer than usual long life milk • Similar to: ↑long …   Useful english dictionary

  • long-life — adj. Long life is used with these nouns: ↑milk …   Collocations dictionary

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