In A Dog’s Age – American Idiom Lesson

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IN A DOG’s AGE
In a dog’s age means in a very long time. If you haven’t done something in a dog’s age it means you haven’t done that thing in a very long time.

  • I haven’t seen my friend Jim in a dog’s age.
  • We haven’t had good sushi in a dog’s age.

How about you? What is something that you haven’t done in a dog’s age?
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