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  1. Definition of long time no see in the Idioms Dictionary. long time no see phrase. What does long time no see expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
  2. Long time no see definition is - —used as a greeting for someone one has not seen for a long time. How to use long time no see in a sentence.
  3. Long Time, No See absolutely blew away all my expectations. Absolutely a long-time favorite movie. Story: The story was cliche, but I live for cliches, especially mob-related so basically I adored it. Due to the length, certain very small scenes were a tad confusing if only because the cut into them seemed random, but they soon became clear. By /10(K).
  4. long time no see definition: 1. said when you meet someone who you haven't seen for a long period of time 2. said when you meet. Learn more.
  5. Mar 09,  · Long time no see you,' and at the same time presented the gun with breech foremost." The phrase would be used in a similar way in Jeff W. Hayes' Tales of the Sierras, another Western published in.
  6. I read Long Time No See soon after Compromising Positions; however, the sequel is set 15 years after the murder (view spoiler)] central to the first novel. By now, Judith Singer is no longer a desperate Long Island housewife; instead, she’s an adjunct professor at a /5.
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  8. Jan 25,  · "Long time no see" is very informal and, in fact, can be offensive to Asian-Americans because the expression originates from the broken English of Asian immigrants, especially Chinese. When I was a child growing up, I've heard Chinese immigrants in New York say long time no see firsthand, especially when I've visited a Chinese restaurant in my.

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