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it's been a while
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (used to indicate period of time)
a. hace mucho
It's been a while since I ate pheasant.Hace mucho que no como faisán.
b. hace mucho tiempo
Diego? Is that you? - Miguel! It's been while, hasn't it?¿Diego? ¿Eres tú? - ¡Miguel! Hace mucho tiempo, ¿no?
c. hace un rato ya
Have you been waiting long? - Yeah, it's been a while.¿Llevan mucho tiempo esperando? - Sí, hace un rato ya.
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