till doomsday

till doomsday
till doomsday
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Main Entry:doom

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for a very long time

You can wait till Doomsday to be served in this place.

Thesaurus: existing or continuing for a long timesynonym
Main entry: Doomsday

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informal forever

we'll be here till doomsday if you don't hurry up

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till ˈdoomsday idiom
(informal) a very long time; for ever

This job's going to take me till doomsday.

Main entry:doomsdayidiom

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  • Doomsday — UK [ˈduːmzˌdeɪ] / US [ˈdumzˌdeɪ] the time in the future when some people believe that the world will end • till/until Doomsday informal for a very long time You can wait till Doomsday to be served in this place. Doomsday scenario …   English dictionary

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  • doomsday — n. the day of the Last Judgement. Phrases and idioms: till doomsday for ever (cf. DOMESDAY). Etymology: OE domes daeligg: see DOOM …   Useful english dictionary

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