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all or nothing

relates to doing something either ​completely or not at all: She either ​loves you or ​hates you - it's all or nothing with her. The ​government has ​rejected the all-or-nothing approach in ​favour of a ​compromisesolution.
(Definition of all or nothing from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “all or nothing”
in Chinese (Simplified) 走极端…
in Chinese (Traditional) 走極端…
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