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English definition of “at all”

at all

adverb uk   us  
(used to make negatives and questions stronger) in any way or of any type: He's had no food at all. I haven't been at all well recently. I'm afraid I've got nothing at all to say. Is there any uncertainty at all about the way she died? Why bother getting up at all when you don't have a job to go to?
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