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"wall-to-wall" in British English

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wall-to-walladjective [usually before noun]

/ˌwɔːl.təˈwɔːl / /ˌwɑːl.təˈwɑːl /
UK also fitted (especially of carpets) covering the whole floor: a wall-to-wall carpet
continuous or happening very often or everywhere around you: I went away to college thinking it would be wall-to-wall parties and all the freedom I wanted.
(Definition of wall-to-wall from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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wall-to-walladjective

/ˈwɔl·təˈwɔl/
covering the whole floor: wall-to-wall carpeting
(Definition of wall-to-wall from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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