## lengthen

### lengthen.01 - *make longer*

LENGTHEN-V NOTES: Look at other examples of the class for additional examples of usage. (from lengthen.01-v)#### Aliases:

lengthen (v.)

#### Roles:

ARG0-PAG:

ARG1-PPT:

ARG2-EXT:

ARG3-DIR:

ARG4-GOL:

*cause, agent*ARG1-PPT:

*thing getting longer*ARG2-EXT:

*EXT*ARG3-DIR:

*start point*ARG4-GOL:

*end point*#### lengthen-v: ergative, with EXT and end point

Average maturity of the funds ' investmentsARG1

lengthenedrel

by a dayARG2

to 41 days , the longest since early AugustARG4

, according to Donoghue 's .(s / say-01 :ARG0 (o / organization :name (n / name :op1 "Donoghue's")) :ARG1 (l / lengthen-01 :ARG1 (m / maturate-03 :ARG1 (i2 / invest-01 :ARG2 (f / fund)) :ARG1-of (a / average-01)) :ARG2 (t / temporal-quantity :quant 41 :unit (d / day) :ARG1-of (h / have-degree-91 :ARG2 (l2 / long-03) :ARG3 (m2 / most) :ARG5 (a2 / after :op1 (e / early :op1 (d3 / date-entity :month 8))))) :ARG4 (t2 / temporal-quantity :quant 1 :unit (d2 / day))))

#### lengthen-v: agentive

Mr. Ireland said current demand for used aircraft is strong , partly because

surging orders for new aircraftARG0

have lengthenedrel

waiting listsARG1

.(s / say-01 :ARG0 (p / person :name (n / name :op1 "Mr." :op2 "Ireland")) :ARG1 (s2 / strong-02 :ARG1 (d / demand-01 :ARG1 (a / aircraft :ARG1-of (u / use-01)) :time (c / current)) :ARG1-of (c2 / cause-01 :ARG0 (l / lengthen-01 :ARG0 (o / order-02 :ARG1 (a2 / aircraft :ARG1-of (n2 / new-01)) :ARG1-of (s3 / surge-01)) :ARG1 (l2 / list :topic (w / wait-01))) :degree (p2 / partly))))

## long

### long.02 - *want, desire*

LONG-V NOTES: Frames file for 'long' based on sentences in wsj. No access to Verbnet at the moment. (from long.01-v predicate notes)#### Aliases:

long (v.)

longing (n.)

longing (n.)

#### Roles:

ARG0-PAG:

ARG1-PPT:

*wanter*ARG1-PPT:

*wanted*#### long-v

StillARGM-DIS

, theyARG0

longrel

for a `` mega - hit '' toy to excite retail sales in the U.S. , Hong Kong 's biggest market for toys and gamesARG1

.### long.03 - *have a (maybe large) length measurement*

LONG NOTES: Updated for Spatial AMR to streamline the length measurement argument annotation. Frame still conflates scalar and quantitative senses. cf deep, high, wide.LONG-J NOTES: Added by Julia based on BOLT-1. Related to lengthen-v.01, elongate-v.01, prolong-v.01. (from long.01-j)

#### Aliases:

length (n.)

long (j.)

longer (j.)

longest (j.)

long (j.)

longer (j.)

longest (j.)

#### Roles:

ARG1-SE1:

ARG2-EXT:

ARG3-AXS:

ARG4-SCL:

*long thing*ARG2-EXT:

*length measurement*ARG3-AXS:

*axis measured*ARG4-SCL:

*scale*#### long-j: arg1, EXT

The rest of your OPARG1

was justARGM-ADV

tooARGM-EXT

damnedARGM-DIS

longrel

.(h / have-degree-91 :ARG1 (r / rest :mod (t / thing :ARG1-of (p / post-01 :ARG0 (y / you)) :mod (o / original))) :ARG2 (l / long-03 :mod (d / damn :mode expressive)) :ARG3 (t2 / too) :mod (j / just))

#### long-j: both args

The sharkARG1

was 12 feetARG2

longrel

, 8 feet in girth and weighs more than 1300 pounds , according to the fishermen 's estimatesARGM-ADV

.(s / say-01 :ARG0 (e / estimate-01 :ARG0 (f / fisherman)) :ARG1 (a / and :op1 (l / long-03 :ARG1 (s2 / shark) :ARG2 (d / distance-quantity :quant 12 :unit (f2 / foot))) :op2 (g / girth-03 :ARG1 s2 :ARG2 (d2 / distance-quantity :quant 8 :unit (f3 / foot))) :op3 (w / weigh-01 :ARG1 s2 :ARG3 (m / more-than :op (m2 / mass-quantity :quant 1300 :unit (p / pound))))))

#### long-j: with scale

ThatARG2

's longrel

for a sharkARG4

.(l / long-03 :ARG2 (t / that) :ARG4 (s / shark))

#### length-n: with arg3

Face along the

lengthrel

of the yellow staircaseARG1

.(f / face-01 :mode imperative :ARG0 (y / you) :direction (t / trajectory :ARG1-of (a / along-01 :ARG2 (t2 / thing :ARG3-of (l / long-03 :ARG1 (s / staircase :color (y2 / yellow)))))))