Generally speaking, when the time is too slow, we will use the idiom “to spend the day as the year”. On Venus, this idiom is especially image.
Venus’s rotation is very slow, and the time it takes to rotate a circle is equivalent to 243 days (5832 hours) of the Earth. In contrast, Venus revolves around the sun faster, with an orbital speed of 35.02 km/s and an orbital period equivalent to 224.7 days (5392.8 hours) on Earth. Therefore, the day of Venus is even longer than a year.