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immemorial

adjective uk   /ˌɪm.əˈmɔː.ri.əl/  us   /-ˈmɔːr.i-/
from/since time immemorial literary for a very long time: Her family had farmed that land since time immemorial. formal existing or traditional for an extremely long time: She said it was the immemorial custom of the villagers to have a feast after the harvesting.
Translations of “immemorial”
in Chinese (Traditional) 年代久遠的, 古老的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 年代久远的, 古老的…
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