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Reduced form of donkey's years.


donkey's pl (plural only)

  1. (UK) A long time.
    • 2012, John Callaghan, My Name Is Never Was,, →ISBN, page 319:
      I knew Bogs, like, that's how I got this job, knew him for donkey's, but didny work for him.
    • 2015, Anthony Quinn, Curtain Call, Random House, →ISBN:
      'Known her for donkey's. Why –got your eye on her?'
    • 2015, Sarah Hilary, No Other Darkness (DI Marnie Rome 2), Hachette UK, →ISBN:
      Site's been closed for donkey's, but CCTV's got Merrick heading in there at 1.35 p.m.