long-range

[lawng-reynj, long-]
adjective
1.
considering or extending into the future: a long-range outlook; long-range plans.
2.
designed to cover or operate over a long distance: long-range rockets.

Origin:
1865–70

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long-range
 
adj
1.  of or extending into the future: a long-range weather forecast
2.  (of vehicles, aircraft, etc) capable of covering great distances without refuelling
3.  (of weapons) made to be fired at a distant target

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Example sentences
It is a can't win situation- akin to trying to please greedy venture
  capitalists with a long-range plan.
By using optical energy they can send energy over long-range distances.
Morality provides guidance in living successful lives long-range.
That's giving politicians too much credit for long-range planning and forward
  thinking.
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