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  1. matilda

    Talking 61-in the long run,

    Dear all


    Whar does it mean when they say:

    In the long run,...

    and after that, the sentence continues.

    Thanks a million


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    Re: 61-in the long run,

    "in the long run" is an English idiom. It means "concerning / for a longer period in the future", as an opposite of "temporarily".


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