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English definition of “all”

all

    /ɔːl/
be all go UK if a situation or place is all go, it is extremely busy : It was all go in the office today.
go all out to put all your energy or enthusiasm into what you are doing: Investors going all out for growth with some risk might be interested in this new unit trust .
(Definition of all from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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