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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.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
- We all know that when we say "Men are animals," a form wholly unquantified in phrase, we speak of _all_ men, but not of all animals: it is _some or all_, some may be all for aught the proposition says.
- Also, the universities should be allowed to offer as many scholarships as they want — but the caveat is that the entering players *all* are in the upper 50% of the class with SAT and GPA, and not simply the average of all the sports, etc.
- Cue to last fall, when all the apartment owners in the low rise buildings on the North Road side found out that the big concrete beams of the guideway would cut 50% of their view on the 2nd floor and all of it on the 3rd floor…not to mention that the resale value will go down a lot..all of a sudden a tram looked good..
- Yes, we all have to put in work, but we * all* put in work, and as much as possible in equal measures.
- The answer to all this is Clinton will need to get approximately 235 of the remaining 268 superdelegates, or 90% of * all* the remaining superdelegates for her to get nominated on the first ballot.
a visas, visi
for all that vis dėlto, juo labiau
all right gerai, puiku
bet koks, bet kuris
adv visiškai, ištisai
all along be paliovos
all but beveik
all one vis tiek
all over with baigta