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long-timeadjective [before noun]

uk   /ˈlɒŋ.taɪm/  us   /ˈlɑːŋ-/
C1 used to say that someone has been in a particular position for a long period: A long-time friend of the chairman said she had expected the resignation.
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in Chinese (Traditional) 長久的,長期的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 长久的,长期的…
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