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

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Thanks a lot, AG and CJ.
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