all of something
- used for emphasizing how large or small an amount is
It's going to cost all of £2,000 just to decorate the dining room.
It took me all of ten seconds to realize what was going on.
English dictionary. 2014.
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all over something — mod. very fond of something. □ Jane’s really into jazz. I mean she’s all over it! □ Dave is all over old bikes … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
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someone's fingerprints are all over something — someone’s fingerprints are on/all over/something phrase used for saying that you can see someone’s influence on something This latest press leak has his department’s fingerprints all over it. Thesaurus: ways of making or receiving criticism or… … Useful english dictionary
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(be) all for something doing something — be all for sth/for doing sth idiom (informal) to believe strongly that sth should be done • They re all for saving money where they can. Main entry: ↑allidiom … Useful english dictionary
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