adv.完全, 都, 非常
I realized I had had it in my pocket all along.
The party was all but over when we arrived.
All enjoyed themselves.
He spent all his time reading.
I've known that all along.
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.
1. 一切的, 所有的
Our aim is that all children complete secondary education.
2. 整个的, 全部的
The strike paralyzed all Paris that day.
3. 尽量的, 尽可能的
Lanny was all attention.
1. 完全地; 全然地
She is all in favor of my suggestion.
2. 【口】很, 极其
He was all excited.
She hated him all the more.
The score is one all.
全体, 一切, 全部[G]
I know that all is well with her.
John Brown gave his all in the struggle for freedom.
1. 首先; 尤其是; 最重要的是
He is strong, brave and, above all, honest.
他强壮, 勇敢, 最重要的是他诚实。
1. 毕竟; 终究; 到底
It turned out he went by train after all.
She did that all alone.
I have known all along that they are going to win.
The room was all but empty.
That was hard work. I'm all in.
She felt all in after shopping.
all in all
All in all, it was a failure.
We must go all out.
1. 全部结束; 完蛋
The game is all over.
2. 浑身; 到处
I looked all over for my pen.
1. 安全的; (健康)良好的
She was ill for a month, but she's all right now.
Your answer is all right.
3. 好, 行, 可以
"Ring me this evening."
All's well that ends well.
They got there all together.
1. (否定句)丝毫; 根本
I don't like her at all.
He'll come before 12 if he comes at all.
Is it at all possible that he alone can drink ten bottles of beer?
For all her wealth, she is not happy.
We were fifty in all.
not at all
"Thank you for your help." "Not at all."