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here to stay

If something is here to stay, it has stopped being unusual and has become generally used or accepted: Blogging is here to stay.
Translations of “here to stay”
in Chinese (Traditional) 已被廣泛使用, 已為大多數人所接受…
in Chinese (Simplified) 已被广泛使用, 已为大多数人所接受…
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