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English definition of “be all in”

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be all in

If you say that you are all in, you mean that you are very tired and unable to do anything more: I'm going home now - I'm all in.
Translations of “be all in”
in Chinese (Traditional) 筋疲力盡, 疲乏到極點…
in Chinese (Simplified) 筋疲力尽, 疲乏到极点…
(Definition of be all in from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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