Definition of age-long in English:


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  • Having existed for a very long time: the will to change age-long habits
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    • This change in art is part of the general breakaway from age-long habits of thought that the Greeks achieved in the 5th century BC.
    • Take an in-depth look at how science is changing this age-long debate.
    • Muslims who care about their families and can afford the age-long tradition travel back to their hometowns to celebrate the biggest Islamic festival.

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