Synonyms for long-term
- in for the long haul
- till the cows come home
Antonyms for long-term
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LONG-TERM
The long-term objectives which they served were not new at all.
So everything is to be put into real estate and long-term bonds.
The services are all planning realistically on a long-term basis.
I propose a 28-percent increase in long-term computing research.
Last year, I proposed a $1,000 tax credit for long-term care.
Long-term mining and exploitation can't be done by anything but a self-sustaining colony.
They have to alter the genes—acquired characters would be of use only in a short-term project, and this is long-term.
But I do feel that it is my duty to put that friendless, forgotten, long-term negro convict in the minds of my southern readers.
It regulated the Australian exports by means of long-term contracts, and had considerable influence in the United States.
The Mazengarb Committee was of opinion that there should be a long-term study of the problem of delinquency.