in ages

in ages
Meaning: for a very long time.
Example: I have never seen her going to temple in ages.

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AuthorMaria writes on 14th December 2017

How to say? After a long time I met her.
After ages I met her? Is this correct?

AuthorFiona Mackenzie writes on 13th December 2017

Hello @Megha,

“I haven’t seen you in ages” simply means I haven’t seen you for a long time.

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AuthorMegha writes on 13th December 2017

“I haven’t seen you in ages.” What does it mean?

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