Complete Definition of "all"

see|All|áll
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English
rank|from|this|but|30|all|him|she|they

Pronunciation
IPA|/ÉËl/, SAMPA|/O:l/
audio|en-us-all.ogg|Audio (US)
:rhymes|ÉËl

Etymology
OE. term|eall|lang=ang.

Determiner
en-det

  1. Every individual or anything of the given class, with no exceptions (the noun or noun phrase denoting the class must be plural or uncountable).

#: All contestants must register at the scorerâs table.
#: All flesh is grass.
#: All my friends like classical music.

  1. Throughout the whole of (a stated period of time; generally used with units of a day or longer).

#: The store is open all day and all night. (= The store is open throughout the whole of the day and the whole of the night.)
#: Iâve been working on this all year. (= I've been working from the beginning of the year until now.)

  1. Everyone.

#: All gave some of what they had.

  1. Everything.

#: Some gave all they had.

  1. Completely.

#: Youâve got it all wrong.

Translations
trans-top|every individual of the given class
Albanian: gjithë
Arabic: ARchar|ÙÙ (IPAchar|kull)
:Egyptian: ARchar|ÙÙ (kull)
Aramaic:
:Syriac: ÜÜ  (kul)
:Hebrew: ×× (kul)
Basque: oro
Catalan: tot m, tota f, tots p, totes f|p
Chinese:
:Mandarin: ææ (suÇyÇu)
:Min Nan: ææ (só·-Å«)
Croatian: sav
Czech: každý
Danish:
:(before an uncountable noun): al c, alt n
:(before a countable noun): alle
Dutch: al, alle
Esperanto: Äiuj, Äiaj, Äia
Ewe: blibo
Finnish: kaikki
French:
:(before a countable noun): tous les p, toutes les f|p
:(before an uncountable noun): tout le m, toute la f
German: all, alle
Hindi: सब (sab), सारा (sÄrÄ)
Hungarian: minden, valamennyi
trans-mid
Italian: tutto m, tutta f
Japanese: å¨ã¦ (ãã¹ã¦, subete), ãããã (arayuru), å¨ä½ (ãããã, zentai), å¨ï½ (ãã, zen-) (used as prefix)
Korean: ëª¨ë  (modeun)
Kurdish: hemî, giÅ, tev, hemû, giÅt, KUchar|ÙÙâÙÙ
Latin: omnes m|f, omnia n
Maltese: kull, kollha
Novial: omnes, omnus n, omni (adj)
Norwegian: alle
Old Norse: allr
Polish: wszyscy m (animate), wszystkie f (inanimate)
Portuguese: todo m, toda f, todos p, todas f|p
Romanian: tot
Russian: веÑÑ m, вÑÑ f, вÑÑ n, вÑе p
Slovak: všetok m, všetka f, všetko n, všetci m|p, všetky f|p and n|p
Slovene: vsi m, vse f, vso n
Spanish: todos m, todas f
Swedish: alla p, all (uncountable common), allt (uncountable neuter)
Telugu: à°à°à°¦à°°à±, à°à°¨à±à°¨à±, సమసà±à°¤à°®à±, సరà±à°µà°®à±, à°®à±à°¤à±à°¤à°®à±
Tok Pisin: olgeta
Yiddish: ×Ö·××¢
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trans-top|throughout the whole of (a stated period of time)
Czech: celý
Danish: hele
Dutch: heel, hele pos_a, gans (de dag), (de) ganse (dag) pos_a
Esperanto: Äiu
Ewe: blibo
Finnish: koko
French: tout le m, toute la f
German: den ganzen m, die/das ganze f/n
Hindi: सारा (sÄrÄ)<!--Ref- Oxford Hindi-English dict.-->
Hungarian: egész
Italian: tutto il m, tutto lo m, tutta la f
trans-mid
Japanese: ãã£ã¨ (zutto)
Kurdish: KUchar|ÙÙâÙÙ
Malayalam: à´à´²àµà´²à´¾à´ (ellam)
Maltese: kollox
Novial: omni
Norwegian: hele
Polish: caÅy
Portuguese: todo m, toda f
Russian: веÑÑ m, вÑÑ f, вÑÑ n, вÑе p
Slovak: celý
Slovene: vseskozi
Swedish: hel
Spanish: todo m, toda f
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trans-top|everyone
See everyone
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trans-top|everything
See everything
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trans-top|completely
Czech: všechno
Danish: aldeles
Dutch: helemaal, gans, totaal
German: völlig, vollkommen, ganz, total
Italian: tutto, tutta
Japanese: å®å¨ã« (ããããã«, kanzen ni), ãã£ãã (sukkari)
Kurdish: KUchar|گشت
Novial: totim
trans-mid
Norwegian: helt
Polish: caÅkiem, caÅkowicie, zupeÅnie, kompletnie
Russian: ÑовÑем (sovsém), полноÑÑÑÑ (pólnostâju)
Scots: aw, aa
Slovene: povsem
Spanish: todo
Swedish: allt
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Translations to be checked
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ttbc|Breton: holl, an holl
ttbc|Bulgarian: вÑиÑки (vsíÄki) p
ttbc|Gothic: alls
ttbc|Guaraní: opa
ttbc|Gujarati: (badhu), (badha) <!-- (put in proper Gujarati script) -->
ttbc|Old High German: al
ttbc|Ido: omnu, omna
ttbc|Indonesian: segala, segenap, seluruh, semua
ttbc|Interlingua: tote, omne
ttbc|Korean: ë¤ (da), 모ë (modu); ì ë¶ (å¨é¨ jeonbu)
ttbc|Kurdish: gî, gîh, her, pêkve, tev, têkde, xirr, xirrek
ttbc|Persian: FAchar|ÙÙ|ÙÙÙ (hæm); FAchar|ÙÙÙ|ÙÙÙÙÙ (hæmeh)
ttbc|Romanian: tot m, toatÄ f, toÅ£i p, toate f|p
ttbc|Old Saxon: al
ttbc|Tupinambá: opab, opakatu
ttbc|Turkish: hepsi, tamamı
ttbc|Vietnamese: Äá»u
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Noun
en-noun|alls|-

  1. context|with a possessive pronoun Everything possible.

#: She gave her all, and collapsed at the finish line.

  1. countable The totality of one's possessions

Translations
trans-top|everything possible
Czech: všechno
Danish: alt, alting
Dutch: alles n, zich helemaal
trans-mid
Novial: omnu
Norwegian: alt
Polish: wszystko n
Russian: вÑÑ (vsë)
Scots: aw
Spanish: todo m
Swedish: allt
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Derived terms
<!--need to be sorted by relevant POS-->
top4
a bit of all right
after all
all about
all along
all-American
all and sundry
all-around<!--adjective-->
all around
all at once
All Blacks
all but
all clear
all-comers
all-day<!--adjective-->
all-embracing
all-encompassing
all fingers and thumbs
all-fire
All Fools' Day
all for
All Hallows
All Hallows' Day
all hands on deck
allheal
all-important
mid4
all in
all-in
all in all
all-in wrestling
all-inclusive<!--adjective-->
all-knowing
all-night<!--adjective-->
all-nighter
all of a sudden
all or nothing
all-out<!--adjective-->
all over
all-over<!--adjective-->
all-overish
all over the place
all over with
all-party
all-powerful
all-purpose
all right
all-round
all-rounder
All Saints' Day
allseed
mid4
all-seeing
all singing, all dancing
allsorts
All Souls' Day
allspice
all square
all-star
all systems go
all that
all the best
all the more
all the same
all the way
all-time
all together
all told
all-up
all-up service
all up with
all very well
all-weather
and all
and all that
at all
mid4
be all ears
be-all and end-all
best of all
bugger all
catchall
coveralls
cure-all
for all
for good and all
fuck all
go all the way
in all
know-it-all
most of all
naff all
not all there
not at all
on all fours
once and for all
overalls
sod all
when all is said and done

Related terms
top2
albeit
almighty
almost
already
alright
mid2
also
although
altogether
always

See also
top2
any
each
every
everyone
mid2
everything
none
some
â

Category:100 English basic words
Category:English pronouns


Breton

Adjective
infl|br|adjective

  1. other

Catalan

Etymology
L.|ca term|alium|lang=la.

Noun
infl|ca|noun|g=m

  1. garlic

Estonian

Etymology
From the same Uralic root *ala as Finnish term|ala-|langfi and Hungarian term|alatt|langhu.

Postposition
infl|et|postposition

  1. under

German

Etymology
OHG.|de term|al|lang=goh.

Adjective
infl|de|adjective

  1. all
  2. every

Pronoun
infl|de|pronoun

  1. form of|Short form|alles Only used in the combination all das (=all that).

Category:2000 German basic words


Swedish

Pronunciation
audio|Sv-all.ogg|audio

Pronoun
infl|sv|pronoun|neuter|allt|plural|alla

  1. #English|all

#: Drack du upp all mjölken? = Did you drink all the milk?

Related terms
varje
allihop

Usage notes
All (with inflections) is used about mass nouns. The corresponding for nouns with ordinary plural is term|alla|lang=sv.

A masculine-looking form (term|alle|langsv) is virtually only retained in the fixed expressions term|alle man|langsv and term|allesamman||everyone|lang=sv.

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zh-min-nan:all
de:all
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fa:all
fr:all
ko:all
hy:all
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it:all
kk:all
ku:all
la:all
hu:all
ja:all
no:all
pl:all
pt:all
ru:all
sq:all
simple:all
fi:all
sv:all
ta:all
te:all
vi:all
tr:all
uk:all
zh:all

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