Bedeutung von "all" Essential English Dictionary

all

adverb uk /ɔːl/

A2 completely or very:

You’re all wet!
all over…

A2 everywhere in a particular place:

He travelled all over the world.
all along

from the beginning of a period of time:

I knew all along that it was a mistake.
all in all

considering everything:

All in all, it was a great holiday.
one, two, etc. all

B1 used to say that two players or teams have the same number of points in a game:

It was three all at half-time.

(Definition von "all adverb" von Cambridge Essential Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)