English version

(for) as long as

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English(for) as long as(for) as long asused to talk about something continuing for the amount of time that you want, need, or is possible You can stay for as long as you want. She tried to stay awake for as long as she could. The fruit should be left on the tree as long as possible. long
Examples from the Corpus
(for) as long asCaldwell says she will continue lecturing as long as people want to listen.Hongkongers will not complain as long as the Li family shares continue to benefit from it.None of this is likely to change the dynamics of stadium-bidding, as long as the sports-league cartels distort the market.Take it back to your hotel; keep it as long as you need.The company believes it is at least twice as long as any private sector award so far.The image which had been so preserved for, well for as long as anyone could remember, was suddenly shattered.This took as long as running the neural network, just over two hours.You have to let them do it their way as long as they are going in the right direction.
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