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  1. the whole of (used in referring to quantity, extent, or duration): all the cake; all the way; all year. the whole number of (used in referring to individuals or particulars, taken collectively): all students. the whole quantity or amount: He ate all of the peanuts. All are gone. the whole number; every one: all of us.

  2. All Definition & Meaning | Britannica Dictionary The Britannica Dictionary all 156 ENTRIES FOUND: all (adjective) all (adverb) all (pronoun) all- (combining form) all–American (adjective) all–around (adjective) all–day (adjective) all–encompassing (adjective) all–fired (adjective) all–important (adjective) all–in (adjective)

  3. Meaning of all in English all determiner, predeterminer, pronoun uk / ɔːl / us / ɑːl / A1 every one (of), or the complete amount or number (of), or the whole (of): All animals have to eat in order to live. She has four children, all under the age of five. The cast all lined up on stage to take their bow. Have you drunk all (of) the milk?

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  5. all adj (every one of) tout adj : All these books need to be sold. Tous ces livres doivent être vendus. all adj (time: the entirety of) tout adj : I've been waiting all afternoon. J'ai attendu toute l'après-midi. all adj (extent: the entirety of) tout adj : We played cards all the way to Paris. Nous avons joué aux cartes tout le trajet jusqu'à Paris. all adj

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  7. Sep 16, 2022 · all (adj./adv.)Old English eall "every, entire, the whole quantity of" (adj.), "fully, wholly, entirely" (adv.), from Proto-Germanic *alnaz (source also of Old Frisian, Old High German al; German all, alle; Old Norse allr; Gothic alls), with no certain connection outside Germanic. As a noun, in Old English, "all that is, everything."

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