See also: long time and long-time

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long +‎ time

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longtime (comparative more longtime, superlative most longtime)

  1. Having endured for a long period of time.
    My longtime friend, since birth actually, called and gently broke the bad news to me.
    longtime favorite

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longtime (comparative more longtime, superlative most longtime)

  1. Having been for a long time
    longtime married

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