|long arm of the law
||(See the long arm of the law)
||wish for, want very much
||Kelly longs for her home in the mountains. She's homesick.
||departed earlier, not here now
||Albert was long gone by the time the RCMP arrived.
|long in the tooth
||old, aged, over the hill
||Jack is a good pitcher, but he's long in the tooth - too old.
||winter underwear - with long sleeves and legs
||If you are going cross-country skiing, put on your long johns.
|long time no see
||I have not seen you for a long time
||When I got off the bus, Grandpa said, "Long time no see."
||(See the loo)
||care for, take care of
||He really looks after his car. It's in very good condition.
||look angry, look with hateful eyes
||Ginny looked daggers at me when I kissed her boyfriend.
|look down on
||look as if you are better, look superior
||Do some Americans look down on people from Canada?