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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “age”

age

noun (LONG TIME)
长时间
 
 
/eɪdʒ/
ages [plural] (also an age [S]) mainly UK informal a very long time
很长时间
It takes ages to cook.
做饭要花很长时间。
I've been waiting for ages.
我已经等了很长时间。
It's been ages/an age since we last spoke.
我们好长时间没有交谈了。
Long periods of time
(Definition of age noun (LONG TIME) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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