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All In meaning in English

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All In

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1. all in, beat, bushed, dead

very tired

Example Sentences:
'was all in at the end of the day'
'so beat I could flop down and go to sleep anywhere'
'bushed after all that exercise'
'I'm dead after that long trip'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.

All In

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1. (postpositive) informal
completely exhausted; tired out
adverb, adjective (all-in when prenominal)
with all expenses or costs included in the price
the flat is one hundred pounds a week all in
the all-in price is thirty pounds
1. British
with no extra costs; including everything
2. wrestling another name for freestyle
3. Australian informal
denoting something, esp a fight, in which everyone or many people become involved
The incident sparked an all-in brawl and led to six players being sent off.

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All In

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very tired; fatigued

Webster’s New World College Dictionary, 4th Edition. Copyright © 2010 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.

All In

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1. Being or representing the entire or total number, amount, or quantity: All the windows are open. Deal all the cards. See Synonyms at whole.
2. Constituting, being, or representing the total extent or the whole: all Christendom.
3. Being the utmost possible of: argued the case in all seriousness.
4. Every: got into all manner of trouble.
5. Any whatsoever: beyond all doubt.
6. Pennsylvania Consumed; used up; gone: The apples are all.
7. Informal Being more than one: Who all came to the party? See Note at y'all.
The whole of one's fortune, resources, or energy; everything one has: The brave defenders gave their all.
1. The entire or total number, amount, or quantity; totality: All of us are sick. All that I have is yours.
2. Everyone; everything: justice for all.
a. Wholly; completely: a room painted all white.
b. So much: I am all the better for that experience.
c. Used as an intensive: Then he got all mad and left.
2. Each; apiece: a score of five all.

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