Definition of 'long jump'
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Used Rarely. long jump is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'long jump'
British English: long jump /lɒŋ dʒʌmp/ NOUN
The long jump is an athletics contest which involves jumping as far as you can from a marker which you run up to.
- American English: long jump
- Arabic: قَفْزَةٌ طَوِيْلَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: salto em distância
- Chinese: 跳远
- Croatian: skok u dalj
- Czech: skok daleký
- Danish: længdespring
- Dutch: verspringen ver springen
- European Spanish: salto de longitud
- Finnish: pituushyppy
- French: saut en longueur
- German: Weitsprung
- Greek: άλμα εις μήκος
- Italian: salto in lungo
- Japanese: 幅跳び
- Korean: 멀리뛰기
- Norwegian: lengdehopp
- Polish: skok w dal
- European Portuguese: salto em comprimento
- Romanian: săritură în lungime
- Russian: прыжок в длину
- Spanish: salto de longitud
- Swedish: längdhopp
- Thai: กระโดดไกล
- Turkish: uzun atlama
- Ukrainian: стрибок у довжину
- Vietnamese: nhảy xa
Definition of long jump from the Collins English Dictionary
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