El vuelo tardó diez horas.

English Translation

The flight took ten hours.

I wanted to answer “duró”, but maybe tardar is the verb to use when something takes a (subjectively) long time?

My understanding is that tardar simply means to take (time), independently of length of time.

  • Tardo 1 minuto en llegar. = I need 1 minute to arrive.
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OK, so “duró”: lasted.

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