long-range ˈlong-range adjective [only before a noun]
1. long-range decisions, plans etc are for a period of time far into the future:

• the company's long-range strategy for its health care business

2. TRAVEL a long-range plane can fly long distances without having to stop:

• The 767 is a wide-body, long-range plane.

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long-range UK US /ˌlɒŋˈreɪndʒ/ adjective [before noun]
continuing into, or thinking and deciding about, the future: long-range forecasts/planning/goals »

Revenue projections are based on long-range forecasts.

long-range advantages/benefits/effects »

Corporations of all sizes are seeing the long-range advantages of integrating their tax filing.

TRANSPORT travelling over a long distance: »

The long-range jets are capable of flying for about 14 hours non-stop.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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