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all-in-oneadjective

uk   /ˌɔːl.ɪnˈwʌn/  us   /ˌɑːl-/
doing the ​work of two or more usually ​separateparts: an all-in-one ​printer with ​scanner, ​copier, and ​fax

all-in-onenoun [C]

uk   /ˌɔːl.ɪnˈwʌn/  us   /ˌɑːl-/ UK
a ​piece of ​clothing that ​covers the ​wholebodyrather than being ​divided into a ​separatetop and ​bottompart: She ​wears a ​pinkLycra all-in-one for her ​aerobicsclass.
(Definition of all-in-one from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Definition of "all-in-one" - Business English Dictionary

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all-in-oneadjective

uk   /ˌɔːlɪnˈwʌn/  us   /ˌɑːl-/ UK
doing the ​work of two or more ​parts that are usually ​separate: all-in-one account/device The ​company has just ​introduced an all-in-one ​device that ​letsusersorganize and ​store music, movies, and games.
(Definition of all-in-one from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “all-in-one”
in Chinese (Simplified) 多用途的,多功能的, 几合一的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 多用途的,多功能的, 幾合一的…
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