English version

no longer/not any longer

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishno longer/not any longerno longer/not any longerPASTused when something used to happen or be true in the past but does not happen or is not true now The extra workers won’t be needed any longer. It’s no longer a secret.RegisterIn everyday English, people usually say not any longer or not anymore (especially AmE)/not any more (BrE), rather than no longer, which sounds slightly formal or literary: He no longer lives here. → He doesn’t live here any longer OR anymore. long
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