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all

pronoun, determiner
 
 
/ɔːl/
EVERY ONE A1 every person or thing in a group
hepsi
We were all dancing. I've watched all of the programmes in the series.Both, all, each and every
WHOLE AMOUNT A2 the whole amount of something
tamamı
Who's eaten all the cake? He spends all of his money on clothes.Both, all, each and every
WHOLE TIME A1 the whole of a period of time
zamanın tamamı
all week/month/year He's been studying all day.Both, all, each and every
ONLY THING B1 the only thing
tümü
All I remember is waking up in hospital.Both, all, each and every
at all B1 in any way
hiç, hiçte
He hasn't changed at all. UK Can I help at all?Intensifying expressions
in all in total
toplam olarak, yekün olarak
There were twenty people at the meeting in all.General
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