Meaning of month-long in English:


Pronunciation /ˈmʌnθlɒŋ/


  • Lasting for a month.

    ‘a month-long trial’
    • ‘The jury took less than a day to reach its decision following a month-long trial.’
    • ‘Inspired by his love of safari animals, the self-employed builder will make the month-long trip in October this year.’
    • ‘It is believed a month-long trip to the UK will help their immune systems.’
    • ‘The duke nodded, eager to see his bride and young son after a month-long trip away from London.’
    • ‘He said that on a month-long trip he treated sick and dying children in camps for people driven from their homes.’
    • ‘Mr Bush had been scheduled to end his month-long vacation tomorrow.’
    • ‘The Mercer Gallery reopened at the weekend after a month-long closure for maintenance and improvements to the lighting system.’
    • ‘Yesterday, following a month-long refurbishment, the shop and post office was reopened with a ribbon cutting ceremony.’
    • ‘They had undergone a month-long training before the competition and were provided with tips on public speaking.’
    • ‘Now, he heads for his ranch in Texas today, to start a month-long vacation.’
    • ‘Three weeks into the month-long guns amnesty 1,666 firearms have been handed to Greater Manchester police.’
    • ‘Workers who have not had a pay increase for two-and-a-half years have called off strike action after a four month-long dispute.’
    • ‘Word spread quickly and the month-long exhibition attracted plenty of visitors, foreign and local.’
    • ‘The children's latest month-long visit to Settle ended last month.’
    • ‘Travel was her passion and she lived for her month-long stays in Hawaii.’
    • ‘The department has also planned to organise a month-long summer course in folk arts in more than three centres.’
    • ‘An initial month-long consultation process will also be held to allow parents, pupils and staff the chance to have their say.’
    • ‘For a week of their month-long visit to Africa, the 15 pupils will live in a Kenyan village to help restore the school.’
    • ‘The 42 newcomers are now in a month-long training programme, which began on Monday.’
    • ‘This weekend, Muslims around the world mark the start of Ramadhan when they begin a month-long fast.’