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English definition of “all-out”

all-out

adjective [before noun]     /ˈɔːlˌaʊt/
complete and using as much effort as possible : an all-out price war / trade war an all-out bid/campaign/effort US trade officials are making an all-out effort to promote commercial relations with Brazil . → See also all-out strike
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