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Translation of "all" - English-Spanish dictionary

all

adjective, pronoun /oːl/
the whole (of) todo He ate all the cake He has spent all of his money.
every one (of a group) when taken together todos They were all present.
all clear noun
(usually with the) a signal or formal statement that a time of danger etc is over fin de alarma, luz verde They sounded the all clear after the air raid.
all-out adjective
using the greatest effort possible supremo, con máximo esfuerzo We made an all-out attempt to win the game.
all-purpose adjective
able to be used in many different situations Multiusos an all-purpose cleaner.
all-round adjective ( all-around)
good at all parts of a subject etc completo, todo terreno an all-round sportsman.
including or applying to every part, person, thing etc general an all-round pay rise.
all-rounder noun
(British ) a person who is good at many kinds of work, sport etc todo terreno, persona que hace de todo It’s always useful to have an all-rounder in the team.
all-terrain vehicle /ˌoːl təˈrein ˈviːəkl/ noun
(also ATV) a small vehicle that looks like a small tractor and can travel fast on rough ground. vehículo todo terreno
all-time /ˈoːlˌtaim/ adjective
used when you are comparing things to say which is the best, worst etc Absoluto Which is your all-time favourite/favorite album?
all along
(informal) the whole time (that something was happening) desde el principio, siempre I knew the answer all along.
all at once
all at the same time de golpe Don’t eat those cakes all at once!
suddenly de repente All at once, the light went out.
all in
with everything included total Is that the price all in?
all in all
considering everything a fin de cuentas We haven’t done badly, all in all.
all over
over the whole of (a person, thing etc) por todas partes I washed and polished the car all over.
finished terminado The excitement’s all over now.
everywhere por todas partes We’ve been looking all over for you!
all right Write all right (not alright).
unhurt; not ill or in difficulties etc bien You look ill. Are you all right?
an expression of agreement to do something vale, de acuerdo, está bien ’Will you come?’ ’Oh, all right.’
in all
in total, when everything is added up en total I spent three hours in all waiting for buses last week.
Translations of “all”
in Vietnamese toàn bộ, tất cả…
in Thai ทั้งหมด, ทั้งปวง…
in Malaysian semua…
in French tout, tous…
in German ganz, alle…
in Indonesian seluruh, semua…
(Definition of all from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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