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long-established Syllabification: long-es·tab·lished
Pronunciation: /lôNGiˈstabliSHt/

Definition of long-established in English:


Having existed or continued for a long time: long-established industries a long-established tradition
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  • Higher costs of operation forced many smaller local businesses to either move outside of their long-established sites in central Austin or close down business completely.
  • This year's finest traditional album, however, comes from a long-established artist who is still in remarkable, even startling form.
  • Egypt had a long-established sculptural tradition of blocklike, frontal figures with carefully formulated proportions.

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