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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlong-lifeˌlong-ˈlife adjective  1 LONG TIMElong-life products continue working longer than ordinary ones long-life batteries2 British English long-life foods stay fresh longer than ordinary ones long-life milk
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long-lifeNew products, including liquid crystal display televisions, long-life batteries and new materials offer promise for the future.This fun timepiece features a talking alarm, a one-year guarantee and a long-life battery.Sceptre 404 and 505 are a mix of sable and synthetic providing a long-life brush of high quality.When long-life milk is packaged, it is sealed in aseptic boxes that prevent light and air from penetrating.Tofu is available fresh or in long-life packs; the fresh variety has a firmer texture.
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