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English definition of “(and) all the rest”

(and) all the rest

informal
used at the end of a phrase or list to refer to other things or people that belong to the same set or group and that you have not had time to mention: June and Alison and all the rest are coming to dinner tonight.
(Definition of (and) all the rest from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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