Of, suitable for, or reaching long distances: long-range missiles. (adjective)
Requiring or involving an extended span of time: long-range planning. (adjective)
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Use "long-range" in a sentence
"North Korean state media had used the term "lodestar" in reference to Kim Jong Il, as well as for the name of long-range rockets the country tested in 1998 and 2009, the NYT reports."
"It's also the name of long-range rockets North Korea tested in 1998 and 2009."
"The unfamiliar tones of classical music can disperse loiterers, while big sound-blasters, known as "long-range acoustic devices" LRADS, have been deployed against protesters in some American states."