- For a long time.
- He went on at length about his supposed qualifications.
- (formal or dated) At last, finally, eventually.
- She led us through the tunnels for some time, until at length we reached a small door in the rock.
- (archaic) In full; without omission or abbreviation.
- (for a long time) abidingly, duratively, protractedly; see also Thesaurus:lastingly
- (finally) at length, sooner or later, ultimately; see also Thesaurus:eventually or Thesaurus:lastly
- (in full) entirely, fully, whole cloth; see also Thesaurus:completely
- French: longuement
- Italian: a lungo
- Portuguese: extensamente, longo
- Russian: подро́бно
- Spanish: largo tiempo, largo rato, largo y tendido (of speech), extensamente, largamente
- French: enfin
- German: endlich, zuletzt
- Portuguese: por fim, finalmente
- Russian: наконе́ц
- Spanish: al fin
- German: ausführlich
- Russian: детально
- Spanish: detalladamente