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all-inadjective [before noun]

uk   us   COMMERCE
including the ​costs for all ​parts of a ​service: an all-in package/price The all-in ​priceincludes a pre-theater cocktail and the best ​availableseats at your chosen show.
At $350 each, all-in, the ​cost of the ​trip was extremely ​reasonable.
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