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donkey's years

Definition of donkey's years in English:

British informal A very long time: we’ve been close friends for donkey’s years
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  • The feeling in the village is really angry, people are very upset because of the amount of people who have played down there, going back donkey's years.
  • I have lived round here for donkey's years and this seemed to be the worst managed match.
  • It is the best lead toys collection we've seen in donkey's years and we are expecting that it will attract national collector interest.
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