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all-comers

noun [plural] uk   /ˈɔːlˌkʌm.əz/  us   /ˈɑːlˌkʌm.ɚz/
any people who want to take part in a particular competition or activity
Translations of “all-comers”
in Chinese (Traditional) 所有參賽者, 全體參加者…
in Chinese (Simplified) 所有参赛者, 全体参加者…
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