Definition of longtime in English:

longtime

Syllabification: long·time
Pronunciation: /ˈlôNGˌtīm, ˈläNG-
 
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adjective

(Especially of a person) having had a specified role or identity for a long time: his longtime friend and colleague
More example sentences
  • Needing to secure the money, I called Ian, my long-time friend and financial adviser.
  • Instead, what you will see is two young boys embracing each other, like long-time friends.
  • Her long-time neighbour has a friend in helping her to mow her lawn.

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