every one of
the complete amount or quantity of; the whole of
the greatest possible amount of
the whole number or amount
"we sat up all night"
"ate all the food"
"all men are mortal"
"all parties are welcome"
"became all attention"
"he was wholly convinced"
"entirely satisfied with the meal"
"it was completely different from what we expected"
"was completely at fault"
"a totally new situation"
"the directions were all wrong"
"it was not altogether her fault"
"an altogether new approach"
"a whole new idea"
All flesh is as grasse.
出自：Bible (AV): 1 Peter
All this looks very well on paper.
出自： G. Washington
All Devonshire had been gathered together to welcome him.
出自： Ld Macaulay
This all sounds very strenuous and serious.
出自： K. Mansfield
All day the heat had been barely supportable.
出自： E. Waugh
I still need all the love I can get.
出自： S. Kauffmann
But one desiresto give all my might to letters.
出自： R. Millar
It was all rather pathetic.
出自： A. Ayckbourn
All of us are busy working.
All that giltters is not gold.
This is all I have.
That's all there is to it.
All that glisters is not gold.
All his toys cannot make him happy.
He got to the destination all right, but he was so very tired that he had to give up the idea of climbing the hills.
I was looking at it all the time.
He is tactful all the time.
I did not go at all.