Definitions

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  • adjective (of perishable goods) treated to stay fresh longer than usual

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Examples

  • So-called long-life bulbs will last up to 3,000 hours, but they may not put out as much light as others.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • So-called long-life bulbs will last up to 3,000 hours, but they may not put out as much light as others.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • So-called long-life bulbs will last up to 3,000 hours, but they may not put out as much light as others.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • So-called long-life bulbs will last up to 3,000 hours, but they may not put out as much light as others.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • That means that not only is the chateau powered with renewable energy (wood chips discarded by local sawmills), but it has a wastewater recycling system, uses long-life light bulbs (sometimes even candles), composts food scraps and trains its staff to sort trash from recyclables.

    Pam Grout: Fairytales Come True in Czech Republic Castle

  • Dernbach, born in Johannesburg, could have tipped the balance six to five in favour of post-colonial backpack man, a defining moment in what future England cricket historians may call The Theme Pub Years, an era when England players came gurgling straight out of the barrel ready-made, like a pint of brilliantly homogenised long-life Australo-Irish lager-stout product, obliterating once and for all the real ale raggedness of our indigenous tickle-stick-flailing Morris‑cricket traditions.

    Colonial promiscuity in danger of diluting test cricket's pleasures | Barney Ronay

  • WCL won the bid for an iron-ore project in Liberia that has long-life potential, with iron-ore resources exceeding one billion metric tons and saleable product of 330 million tons.

    Vedanta Enters Scramble for African Ore

  • I think it is possible to have it all: excitement, stability and a long-life.

    Revealed: The Secret to Long Life and Happiness

  • Dernbach, born in Johannesburg, could have tipped the balance six to five in favour of post-colonial backpack man, a defining moment in what future England cricket historians may call The Theme Pub Years, an era when England players came gurgling straight out of the barrel ready-made, like a pint of brilliantly homogenised long-life Australo-Irish lager-stout product, obliterating once and for all the real ale raggedness of our indigenous tickle-stick-flailing Morris‑cricket traditions.

    Colonial promiscuity in danger of diluting test cricket's pleasures | Barney Ronay

  • That means that not only is the chateau powered with renewable energy (wood chips discarded by local sawmills), but it has a wastewater recycling system, uses long-life light bulbs (sometimes even candles), composts food scraps and trains its staff to sort trash from recyclables.

    Pam Grout: Fairytales Come True in Czech Republic Castle

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