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rolled into one

If someone or something has several qualities rolled into one, the person or thing has all of those qualities: He is a father, sales manager, and athlete all rolled into one.
Translations of “rolled into one”
in Chinese (Traditional) 融為一體, 集於一身…
in Chinese (Simplified) 融为一体, 集于一身…
(Definition of rolled into one from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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