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Quick English question: for ages vs in ages

Hi everyone,

this is a question for native speakers of English. If possible, please, indicate your variety.

Is there any difference between adverbial phrases 'for ages' and 'in ages'? Or are they totally synonymous and interchangeable, with no difference in meaning whatsoever?
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