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British pronunciation/lˈɒŋ hˈɔːl/
American pronunciation/lˈɑːŋ hˈɔːl/
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a task that needs a great amount of time and effort to finish

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What is the origin of the idiom "long haul" and when to use it?

The idiom "long haul" refers to a prolonged or extended period of time, typically associated with a difficult or challenging task. It originated from the transportation industry, specifically in reference to long-distance trucking or hauling goods over substantial distances.

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a very long distance, regarding the transportation of passengers or goods

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The marathon is a long haul, but with proper training and determination, you can reach the finish line.
Getting a college degree is a long haul, but the benefits are worth the effort.
Overcoming a serious illness can be a long haul, requiring patience and a strong support system.
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