Definition of Long-run

1. Adjective. Relating to or extending over a relatively long time. "A long-term investment"

Exact synonyms: Long-term, Semipermanent
Similar to: Long



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Long-run

long-legged buzzards
long-legs
long-life
long-lining
long-lived
long-lost
long-neck
long-neck clam
long-nose
long-period
long-play
long-playing
long-range
long-ranger
long-rangers
long-run (current term)
long-running
long-shanked
long-sighted
long-sightedness
long-since
long-snouted
long-span
long-spined bullhead
long-spined bullheads
long-spurred violet
long-standing
long-staple
long-sufferance
long-suffering

Literary usage of Long-run

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Principles of Economics by Frank William Taussig (1921)
"For considerable periods, command •of capital brings in a given enterprise the probability of larger profits; but not in the long run without ..."

2. Principles of Economics by Frank William Taussig (1915)
"Here, as in the previous section, we must have in mind the long- run operation of the taxes. The immediate effect is commonly that the owner bears the ..."

3. East-West Migration: The Alternatives by Richard Layard (1992)
"We must always distinguish between long-run effects and the short- run problems of ... In the long run we can probably assume that unemployment rates are ..."

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