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Does "far too long" and "way too long" mean the same thing?
HUBLOTDo "far too long" and "way too long" mean the same thing?Yes, more or less. I’d say the former is more formal.
HUBLOTDoes "far too long" and "way too long" mean the same thing?Yes, and "much too long" as well.
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