all

[[t]ɔːl[/t]] UK / US
1. adj
alle (-r, s)

all day/night — den ganzen Tag/die ganze Nacht

all men are equal — alle Menschen sind gleich

all five came — alle fünf kamen

all the books/food — die ganzen Bücher/das ganze Essen

all the time — die ganze Zeit (über)

all his life — sein ganzes Leben (lang)

2. pron
1) alles

I ate it all, I ate all of it — ich habe alles gegessen

all of us/the boys went — wir gingen alle/alle Jungen gingen

we all sat down — wir setzten uns alle

2)

(in phrases) above all — vor allem

after all — schließlich

at allnot at all — (in answer to question) überhaupt nicht, (in answer to thanks) gern geschehen

I'm not at all tired — ich bin überhaupt nicht müde

anything at all will do — es ist egal, welche (-r, s)

all in all — alles in allem

3. adv
ganz

all alone — ganz allein

it's not as hard as all that — so schwer ist es nun auch wieder nicht

all the more/the better — umso mehr/besser

all but — fast

the score is 2 all — es steht 2 zu 2


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