The Word is:”long”

long1

/lɒŋ/

adjective

1.measuring a great distance from end to end.
“a long corridor”
synonyms: lengthy, of considerable length, extended, prolonged, extensive, stretched out, spread out; More
2.lasting or taking a great amount of time.
“a long and distinguished career”
synonyms: prolonged, protracted, lengthy, overlong, extended, long-drawn-out, drawn-out, spun-out, dragged-out, seemingly endless, lingering, interminable; More

noun

1.a long period.
“see you before long”
synonyms: soon, shortly, presently, in the near future, in a short time, in a little while, in a minute, in a moment; More
2.a long sound such as a long signal in Morse code or a long vowel or syllable.
“two longs and a short”

adverb

1.for a long time.
“we hadn’t known them long”
2.(with reference to the ball in sport) at, to, or over a great distance.
“the Cambridge side played the ball long”

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