prolonged

All Adjective Verb
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  • Due to her death, it is unknown what her prolonged impact in films would have been.
  • I'd find out where the break in the record was and prolonged it and people would love it.
  • He was eventually able to do so, but only after prolonged negotiations with the authorities.
  • Without these two events, Italian unification would have been a more prolonged process.
  • The prolonged period of strong winds brought down trees and limbs along with some power lines.
  • The life of a road can be prolonged through good design, construction and maintenance practices.
  • War is an organized and often prolonged conflict that is carried out by states or non-state actors.
  • Long-term memory allows us to store information over prolonged periods (days, weeks, years).
  • However, they cannot retain their original shape when extended past a certain point or for a prolonged period of time.
  • Exercise, especially if prolonged or long after the most recent meal, will have an effect as well.
  • If severe or prolonged it could lead to cell death.
  • The terms refer to acute medical problems rather than ones that develop after a prolonged period.
  • The whole body is put at risk with prolonged sitting.
  • Experts have a prolonged or intense experience through practice and education in a particular field.
  • Prolonged exposure can lead to cells being damaged and in turn lead to cancer.
  • In most cases, one round of treatment will produce a prolonged remission.
  • Many sports feature a significant level of running in prolonged periods of play, including ball sports like association football and rugby league.
  • However, the Swedish state ultimately proved unable to support and maintain its army in a prolonged war.
  • Due to the world economic crisis, building start date is prolonged to a yet undefined date.
  • It was feared that any British attack on French soil would lead to prolonged resistance.
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Root form of prolonged is prolong for the verb.

Meaning of prolonged

  • verb Lengthen in time; cause to be or last longer
    We prolonged our stay, She extended her visit by another day, The meeting was drawn out until midnight
  • verb Lengthen or extend in duration or space
    We sustained the diplomatic negotiations as long as possible, prolong the treatment of the patient, keep up the good work