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everythingpronoun

 us   /ˈev·riˌθɪŋ/
all things: They lost everything in the fire. In spite of everything, I still love him. The price of gasoline affects everything else. "Is everything all right?" "Everything is fine." Money isn’t everything (= it is not the only important thing). Her children are everything to her (= the most important part of her life). They’re very busy with their new house and everything (= all the things connected with it).
Translations of “everything”
in Korean 모든 것…
in Arabic كُلّ شَيء…
in Portuguese tudo…
in Catalan tot…
in Japanese 全てのもの、こと…
in Italian tutto, ogni cosa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 每件事, 所有事物, 一切…
in Russian всё…
in Turkish her şey…
in Chinese (Simplified) 每件事, 所有事物, 一切…
in Polish wszystko…
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