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all-out

adjective [always before noun]
 
 
/ˈɔːlˌaʊt/
complete and with as much effort as possible: an all-out battle/effortTrying and making an effortEffort and expending energy
Translations of “all-out”
in Chinese (Traditional) 竭盡全力的,全力以赴的…
in Russian изнурительный…
in Turkish tam ve mümkün olan en son çaba ile…
in Chinese (Simplified) 竭尽全力的,全力以赴的…
in Polish totalny, wytężony, zaciekły…
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