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to make something continue longer than usual
to make something continue for longer than necessary
to make something last for a long time, usually longer than is good or necessary
to make something last longer
to make something such as a situation or process continue, especially one that is wrong, unfair, or dangerous
to make something last longer than necessary
to make something such as money or food last as long as possible
to make something continue to operate or exist
to increase the time that something lasts
to make someone continue doing something
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the first day of Lent
the act or practice of telling the future using random items such as playing cards
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