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year-long

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Definition of year-long in English:

adjective

Lasting for or throughout a year: his year-long battle with lung cancer
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  • After a year-long courtship, a diamond and sapphire ring from India sealed the deal.
  • They had waged an almost year-long battle, supported by the Epsom Comet, to keep it open.
  • The year-long research has been funded through the Arts Council's New Audiences fund.

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