Definition of 'as long as'
Example sentences containing 'as long as'
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What they really meant was tying Brexit up in all sorts of knots to delay things as long as possible. The Sun (2016)All the women in her family have had this gift, she says, for as long as she can remember. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They can be good value as long as you stay in control. The Sun (2010) Just as long as nobody finds out. The Sun (2012)Only as far or as long as one can manage the conquered territories. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)Many patients with the disease do not survive as long as he has since receiving the diagnosis. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We make no apology for not doing anything else as long as we accomplish our primary objective. Christianity Today (2000)This beautiful thing lasted as long as he lasted. The Sun (2014)She usually cannot be forced to go on leave as long as she can still work. A Conceptual View of Human Resource Management: Strategic Objectives, Environments, FunctionsFew of them are fussy about soil as long as they have good drainage. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Just as long as it had a chance of winning. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Song thrushes have enriched human settlements for as long as such things have existed. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Roll into a strip three times as long as it is wide. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Our best teams can still be competitive as long as they put out their strongest sides. The Sun (2012) Just as long as it does not do so during it. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Planning can take three times as long as you think it will. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He claimed that he would welcome the revolution as long as he could still sip his claret. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Iran will be happy to hold talks about talks for as long as anyone else will hold meetings with it. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It is not wrong to do big things like that as long as you have the right balance in your life. The Sun (2013)Hopefully, it will keep them looking good for as long as possible. The Sun (2014)I will be home soon as long as no one intervenes. The Sun (2011)Men will soon live as long as women as the British male gives up smoking and moves to safer jobs. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Definition of as long as from the Collins English Dictionary
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