English version

something of five/many etc years’ standing

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsomething of five/many etc years’ standingsomething of five/many etc years’ standingLAST FOR A PERIOD OF TIMEused to show the time during which something such as an agreement has existed an arrangement of several years’ standing standing
Examples from the Corpus
something of five/many etc years’ standingThe medical superintendent of a hospital had to be a duly qualified medical practitioner of five years' standing.
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