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all meaning

[ ɔ:l ]   Pronunciation:
Synonyms of "all""all" in a sentence
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  • Adjective: all  ol
    1. Quantifier; used with either mass or count nouns to indicate the whole number or amount of or every one of a class
      "we sat up all night"; "ate all the food"; "all men are mortal"; "all parties are welcome" 
    2. Completely given to or absorbed by
      "became all attention"
    Adverb: all  ol
    1. To a complete degree or to the full or entire extent
      "the directions were all wrong"
      - wholly, entirely, completely, totally, altogether, whole

    Sounds like: awl

    See also: complete, each, every, every last

    Antonym: no, some

    Encyclopedia: All


  • [Electronics]
    Abbreviation of ATTOHENRY.

  • [Finance]
    The ISO 4217 currency code for Albanian Lek.

  • [Medicine]
    abbr acute lymphoblastic leukemia
Examples
  • I love her all the more because she is poor.
  • He was of no use at all in the business.
  • We can't be all that fussy out here.
  • Small extra costs all swell the total.
  • all the facts were stored in his memory.
  • Nick went all out to win the race.
  • There's such a thing as moderation in all matters.
  • all other forms of food had disappeared.
  • The old man's former cronies are all dead.
  • We were all pinned down by enemy fire.
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