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for years/weeks/days etc to come

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfor years/weeks/days etc to comefor years/weeks/days etc to comeFUTUREused to emphasize that something will continue for a long time into the future This is a moment that will be remembered and celebrated for years to come. come
Examples from the Corpus
for years/weeks/days etc to comeAlice knew then that my father would haunt her for years to come.Even a couple of weeks down under will have you waltzing with Matilda for years to come.He spoke about that afternoon for days to come.It's the players who will suffer because of this, not just this week but for years to come.Mr Clark says his department will be collecting poll tax arrears for years to come.Prices then gave way to concern driving activity will be reduced for days to come.The responsibility was going to haunt him for years to come.We will be struggling with these issues for years to come.
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