長寿, 長命, 延命, 万寿, 延年, 南山の寿
Noun(1) duration of service(2) the property of being long-lived
(1) her longevity in office now appeared as a handicap to the party(2) Could their longevity be due in part to an extraordinary resistance to cancer and other diseases?(3) A similar trade-off exists between the photosynthesis rate per unit leaf area and leaf longevity .(4) Increased longevity is one of the modern world's greatest achievements.(5) the greater longevity of women compared with men(6) Pollinator activity can affect flower longevity in different ways.(7) His longevity of service to the bank will serve him well in his new role.(8) Scientists attribute this remarkable longevity to the shark's superior physiological developments.(9) Pollen longevity may differ depending on whether male and female receptivity is simultaneous or not.(10) The amount of money a country spends on health care does positively correlate with increased longevity .(11) The mean phenotypic plasticity for the seven variables decreased significantly with increasing leaf longevity .(12) However, as in nectar production, the costs of flower longevity may also be high.(13) Winning at work no longer means job security but career longevity .(14) Caloric reduction has been under scrutiny for some time as a means to better health and extended longevity .(15) Despite the longevity of his time at the school, Mr Collings said that the school still feels new to him.(16) Now he has a chance to prove that he deserves his career longevity .
(1) longevity god :: 長寿の神
1. length of life ::
2. seniority ::
3. length of service ::
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