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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- adjective: Being or representing the entire or total number, amount, or quantity: All the windows are open. Deal all the cards. See Synonyms at
- adjective: Constituting, being, or representing the total extent or the whole: all Christendom.
- adjective: Being the utmost possible of: argued the case in all seriousness.
- adjective: Every: got into all manner of trouble.
- adjective: Any whatsoever: beyond all doubt.
- adjective: Pennsylvania Finished; used up: The apples are all. See Regional Note at
- adjective: Informal Being more than one: Who all came to the party? See Regional Note at
- noun: The whole of one's fortune, resources, or energy; everything one has: The brave defenders gave their all.
- pronoun: The entire or total number, amount, or quantity; totality: All of us are sick. All that I have is yours.
- pronoun: Everyone; everything: justice for all.
- adverb: Wholly; completely: a room painted all white; directions that were all wrong.
- adverb: Each; apiece: a score of five all.
- adverb: So much: I am all the better for that experience.
- idiom: all along From the beginning; throughout: saw through the disguise all along.
- idiom: all but Nearly; almost: all but crying with relief.
- idiom: all in Tired; exhausted.
- idiom: all in all Everything being taken into account: All in all, the criticism seemed fair.
- idiom: all of Informal Not more than: a conversation that took all of five minutes.
- idiom: all one Of no difference; immaterial: Whether we go out or stay in, it's all one to me.
- idiom: all out With all one's strength, ability, or resources.
- idiom: all that Informal To the degree expected.
- idiom: all there Mentally unimpaired or competent.
- idiom: all the same Notwithstanding; nevertheless.
- idiom: all the same Of no difference, immaterial.
- idiom: all told With everything considered; in all: All told, we won 100 games.
- idiom: and all And other things of the same type: "The only thing they seemed to have in common was their cowboy gear, ten-gallon hats and all” ( Edward Chen).
- idiom: at all In any way: unable to walk at all.
- idiom: at all To any extent; whatever: not at all sorry.
- idiom: be all Informal To say or utter. Used chiefly in verbal narration: He's all, "What did you do that for?”
- idiom: in all Considering everything; all together: In all, it rained for two hours. I bought four hats, in all.
- all along be paliovos
- all but beveik
- all one vis tiek
- all overvisur
- all over with baigta
- all the
- for all that vis dėlto
- juo labiau
- all right gerai
- bet koks
- bet kuris