longtime

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adjective long·time \ˈlȯŋ-ˈtīm\

Definition of longtime

  1. :  having been so for a long time :  long-standing a longtime friend a longtime friendship

Examples of longtime in a Sentence

  1. the longtime chairman of the committee

  2. longtime residents of the neighborhood

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1851

First Known Use of longtime

1851


LONGTIME Defined for English Language Learners

longtime

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Definition of longtime for English Language Learners

  • : having been something specified for many years



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