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EtymologyEdit

From Latin oblongus.

AdjectiveEdit

oblong ‎(comparative more oblong, superlative most oblong)

  1. Longer than wide.
  2. Roughly rectangular or ellipsoidal.

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NounEdit

oblong ‎(plural oblongs)

  1. Something with an oblong shape.
  2. A rectangle having length greater than width.

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CatalanEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin oblongus.

AdjectiveEdit

oblong m ‎(feminine oblonga, masculine plural oblongs, feminine plural oblongues)

  1. oblong

FrenchEdit

AdjectiveEdit

oblong m ‎(feminine singular oblongue, masculine plural oblongs, feminine plural oblongues)

  1. oblong

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