- n.长( length的名词复数 ); （持续）时间的长短; 一段; （马或船的）自身长度
You flatter yourself. Why would we go to such ludicrous lengths?
Greta Garbo went to great lengths to hide from reporters and photographers.
You can hang lengths of fabric behind the glass.
I swim 40 lengths a day.
Harvard won by four lengths.
We'll need several lengths of string to tie the package.
He went to all lengths to compass his purpose.
She'll go to great lengths to get promotion.
He spliced the two lengths of film together.
Take two pieces of string of different lengths.
The boat won by three lengths.
The security services will pretty well go to any lengths to winkle out information.
Jane goes to great lengths to explain that this is not the whole story.
He'll go to great lengths to get his child back from his former wife.
I've known clients of mine go to absurd lengths, just to avoid paying me a few pounds.
Although many attribute Kodak's downfall to "complacency(自满) ," that explanation doesn't acknowledge the lengths to which the company went to reinvent itself.