at all Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"at all" in British English

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at alladverb

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(used to make ​negatives and ​questionsstronger) in any way or of any ​type: He's had no ​food at all. I haven't been at all well ​recently. I'm ​afraid I have nothing at all to say. Is there any ​uncertainty at all about the way she ​died? Why ​bother getting up at all when you don't have a ​job to go to?
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(Definition of at all from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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at alladverb

 us   /æt̬ˈɔl, ət̬ˈɔl, əˈtɔl/
(used to make ​negatives and ​questionsstronger) in any way or of any ​type: I haven’t been at all well ​recently. He’s had no ​food at all. I’m not at all ​worried about it.
(Definition of at all from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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