"all" meaning in English

Adjective

IPA: /ɔːl/ [Received-Pronunciation], /ɔl/ [General-American], [ɔɫ], /ɑl/ [Inland-Northern-American, cot-caught-merger] Audio: En-us-all.ogg [US], LL-Q1860 (eng)-Back ache-all.wav
  1. All gone; dead. Tags: Pennsylvania, dialectal Categories: Pennsylvanian English Synonyms: al [obsolete] Derived forms: allhood, allness Related terms: albeit, almighty, almost, alone, already, alright, also, although, altogether, always, any, each, every, everyone, everything, none, some,
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Categories: Automatic Inscriptional Pahlavi transliterations containing ambiguous characters, English determiners, English indefinite pronouns, English plural pronouns, English pronouns

Adverb

IPA: /ɔːl/ [Received-Pronunciation], /ɔl/ [General-American], [ɔɫ], /ɑl/ [Inland-Northern-American, cot-caught-merger] Audio: En-us-all.ogg [US], LL-Q1860 (eng)-Back ache-all.wav
  1. Intensifier. Tags: not-comparable Translations (intensifier): alle (Afrikaans), كُلّ‎ (kull) (Arabic), جَمِيع‎ (jamīʿ) (Arabic), tot (Catalan), ھەموو‎ (hemû) (Central Kurdish), všechno (Czech), fuldstændig (Danish), aldeles (Danish), helemaal (Dutch), totaal (Dutch), alles (Dutch), aivan (Finnish), ihan (Finnish), tout [masculine] (French), toute [feminine] (French), tous [plural] (French), toutes [plural] (French), todo (Galician), völlig (German), vollkommen (German), ganz (German), total (German), εντελώς (entelós) (Greek), לגמרי‎ (legamrei) [feminine, masculine] (Hebrew), ar fad (Irish), go léir (Irish), tutto (Italian), 完全に (kanzen-ni) (alt: かんぜんに) (Japanese), すっかり (sukkari) (Japanese), 아주 (aju) (Korean), semua (Malay), 所有 (suǒyǒu) (Mandarin Chinese), (dōu) (Mandarin Chinese), lempes (Maranao), همه‎ (hame) (Persian), całkiem (Polish), całkowicie (Polish), zupełnie (Polish), kompletnie (Polish), tudo (Portuguese), tot [masculine] (Romanian), toata [feminine] (Romanian), toți [plural] (Romanian), toate [plural] (Romanian), совсе́м (sovsém) (Russian), по́лностью (pólnostʹju) (Russian), aw (Scots), gu lèir (Scottish Gaelic), sve (Serbo-Croatian), úplne (Slovak), todo (Spanish), helt (Swedish), fullständigt (Swedish), glad (Zealandic)
  2. Entirely; completely; totally. Tags: not-comparable, poetic
  3. Apiece; each. Tags: not-comparable
  4. so much. Tags: not-comparable Translations (so much): sitä (Finnish), 만큼 (mankeum) (Korean), 그만큼 (geumankeum) (Korean), sve (Serbo-Croatian), tým (Slovak), tak (Slovak), zòvees te (english: all the) (Zealandic)
  5. Even; just. Tags: not-comparable, obsolete, poetic
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Categories: Automatic Inscriptional Pahlavi transliterations containing ambiguous characters, English determiners, English indefinite pronouns, English plural pronouns, English pronouns Synonyms: completely, al [obsolete] Translations (apiece): hver (Danish), per styk (Danish), elk (Dutch), per stuk (Dutch), tasan (Finnish), pro Stück (German), όλα (óla) [plural] (Greek), כל‎ (kol) (Hebrew), 각 (gak) (各)) (Korean), 각각 (gakgak) (alt: 各各) (Korean), na h-uile (Scottish Gaelic), sav (Serbo-Croatian), elk (Zealandic)

Conjunction

IPA: /ɔːl/ [Received-Pronunciation], /ɔl/ [General-American], [ɔɫ], /ɑl/ [Inland-Northern-American, cot-caught-merger] Audio: En-us-all.ogg [US], LL-Q1860 (eng)-Back ache-all.wav
  1. Although. Tags: obsolete Synonyms: al [obsolete] Derived forms: a bit of all right, after all, all about, all along, all-American, all and sundry, all-around, all around, all at once, All Blacks, all but, all clear, all-comers, all-day, all-embracing, all-encompassing, all fingers and thumbs, all-fire, All Fools' Day, all for, All Hallows, All Hallows' Day, all hands on deck, allheal, all-important, all-in, all in, all in all, all-inclusive, all-in wrestling, all-knowing, allness, all-new, all-night, all-nighter, all of a sudden, all one, all one's life's worth, all or nothing, all-out, all over, all-over, all-overish, all over the place, all over with, all-party, all politics is local, all-powerful, all-purpose, all right, all-round, all-rounder, All Saints' Day, allseed, all-seeing, all singing, all dancing, allsorts, All Souls' Day, allspice, all square, all-star, all systems go, all that, all the best, all the more, all the same, all the tea in China, all the way, all things to all people, all-time, all together, all told, all-too-familiar, all-up, all-up service, all up with, all very well, all-weather, all-year-round, and all, and all that, at all, be-all and end-all, be all ears, bugger all, catchall, coveralls, cure-all, for all, for good and all, fuck all, give one's all, go all the way, in all, know-it-all, most of all, naff all, not all there, not at all, on all fours, once and for all, overalls, say it all, sod all, when all is said and done
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Categories: Automatic Inscriptional Pahlavi transliterations containing ambiguous characters, English determiners, English indefinite pronouns, English plural pronouns, English pronouns

Determiner

IPA: /ɔːl/ [Received-Pronunciation], /ɔl/ [General-American], [ɔɫ], /ɑl/ [Inland-Northern-American, cot-caught-merger] Audio: En-us-all.ogg [US], LL-Q1860 (eng)-Back ache-all.wav
  1. Every individual or anything of the given class, with no exceptions (the noun or noun phrase denoting the class must be plural or uncountable).
  2. Throughout the whole of (a stated period of time; generally used with units of a day or longer).
  3. Only; alone; nothing but.
  4. Any. Tags: obsolete
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Categories: Automatic Inscriptional Pahlavi transliterations containing ambiguous characters, English determiners, English indefinite pronouns, English plural pronouns, English pronouns Synonyms: al [obsolete] Derived forms: given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow Translations (every individual of the given class): gjithë (Albanian), πᾶς (pâs) [masculine] (Ancient Greek), πᾶσα (pâsa) [feminine] (Ancient Greek), πᾶν (pân) [neuter] (Ancient Greek), ἅπᾱς (hápās) [emphatic, masculine] (Ancient Greek), ἅπᾱσα (hápāsa) [feminine] (Ancient Greek), ἅπαν (hápan) [neuter] (Ancient Greek), كُلّ‎ (kull) (Arabic), جَمِيع‎ (jamīʿ) (Arabic), כּוֹל‎ (kôl) [Jewish Aramaic] (Aramaic), כָּל‎ (kol) [Jewish Aramaic] (Aramaic), բոլոր (bolor) (Armenian), ամեն (amen) (Armenian), սաղ (sał) [colloquial, dialectal] (Armenian), tut (Aromanian), savāk (Ashkun), সকলো (xokolü) (Assamese), আটাই (atai) (Assamese), tou (Asturian), 𐬬𐬍𐬯𐬞𐬀‎ (vīspa) (Avestan), bütün (Azerbaijani), bütöv (Azerbaijani), бөтә (bötä) (Bashkir), бөтөн (bötön) (Bashkir), бар (bar) (Bashkir), барса (barsa) (Bashkir), тотош (totoš) (Bashkir), oro (Basque), уве́сь (uvjésʹ) [masculine] (Belarusian), ўвесь (ŭvjesʹ) [masculine] (Belarusian), အားလုံး (a:lum:) (Burmese), 所有 (so² jau⁵) (Cantonese), tot [masculine] (Catalan), tota [feminine] (Catalan), tots [plural] (Catalan), totes [plural] (Catalan), ھەمو‎ (hemu) (Central Kurdish), tilishka (Chamicuro), ᏂᎦᏛ (nigadv) (Cherokee), ܟܠ‎ (koll) (Classical Syriac), episi (Crimean Tatar), všichni (Czech), tot (Dalmatian), alle (note: before a countable noun) (Danish), al (note: before an uncountable noun) [common] (Danish), alt [neuter] (Danish), al (Dutch), alle (Dutch), كل‎ (kull) (Egyptian Arabic), ĉiuj (Esperanto), ĉiaj (Esperanto), ĉia (Esperanto), kõik (Estonian), blibo (Ewe), allur (Faroese), kaikki (Finnish), tous les (note: before a countable noun) [plural] (French), toutes les [plural] (French), tout le (note: before an uncountable noun) [masculine] (French), toute la [feminine] (French), dut (Friulian), ყველა (q̇vela) (Georgian), თითოეული (titoeuli) (Georgian), all (German), alle (German), jeder [masculine] (German), jede [feminine] (German), jedes [neuter] (German), jede [plural] (German), 𐌰𐌻𐌻𐍃 (alls) (Gothic), όλοι (óloi) [plural] (Greek), όλες (óles) [plural] (Greek), όλα (óla) [plural] (Greek), a pau (Hawaiian), כֹּל‎ (kol) (Hebrew), सब (sab) (Hindi), सारा (sārā) (Hindi), minden (Hungarian), valamennyi (Hungarian), összes (Hungarian), allur [masculine] (Icelandic), omnu (Ido), omna (Ido), semua (Indonesian), omne (Interlingua), uile (Irish), doûto (Istriot), tutto [masculine] (Italian), tutta [feminine] (Italian), atavo (Ivatan), 全て (subete) (alt: すべて) (Japanese), あらゆる (arayuru) (Japanese), 全体 (zentai) (alt: ぜんたい) (Japanese), 全... (zen-) (alt: ぜん) [prefix] (Japanese), túdu (Kabuverdianu), sũdi (Kamkata-viri), suv (Kamkata-viri), eganagana (Kapampangan), ngan (Kapampangan), быльдэ (Ket), ទាំងអស់ (teang ’ɑh) (Khmer), ទាំង (tĕəng) (Khmer), -othe (Kikuyu), 모든 (modeun) (Korean), (jeon) (alt: ) (Korean), dut (Ladin), טודו‎ [masculine] (Ladino), omnes [feminine, masculine] (Latin), omnia [neuter] (Latin), nyɔ́nsɔ (Lingala), visas (Lithuanian), amā (Livonian), tutt (Lombard), wšyken (Lower Sorbian), сите (site) [plural] (Macedonian), سموا‎ [Jawi] (Malay), semua [Rumi] (Malay), എല്ലാം (ellāṃ) (Malayalam), kull (Maltese), kollha (Maltese), kollox (Maltese), ...都 (...dōu) (Mandarin Chinese), 所有 (suǒyǒu) (Mandarin Chinese), -otsi (Maore Comorian), 𐭤𐭬𐭢‎ (hmg /hamag/) (Middle Persian), 𐭥𐭮𐭯‎ (ʿsp /wisp/) (Middle Persian), 所有 (só͘-ū) (Min Nan), (Min Nan), (lóng) (Min Nan), tʼáá ałtso (Navajo), tʼáá átʼé (Navajo), pia (Ngazidja Comorian), hemî (Northern Kurdish), giş (Northern Kurdish), tev (Northern Kurdish), hemû (Northern Kurdish), gişt (Northern Kurdish), alle (Norwegian), samtlige (Norwegian Bokmål), tot (Occitan), সয়ল (soyolo) (Old Assamese), uile (Old Irish), allr (Old Norse), ସବୁ (sôbu) (Oriya), همه‎ (hame) (Persian), سراسر‎ (sarâsar) (Persian), muchi (Pipil), wszystek (Polish), todo [masculine] (Portuguese), toda (note: placed before the noun) [feminine] (Portuguese), sučok (Prasuni), llapa (Quechua), tukuy (Quechua), tot (Romanian), tut (Romansch), tot (Romansch), tuot (Romansch), весь (vesʹ) [masculine] (Russian), це́лый (célyj) [masculine] (Russian), सर्व (sárva) (Sanskrit), विश्व (viśva) [Early, Vedic] (Sanskrit), totu (Sardinian), aw (Scots), uile (Scottish Gaelic), sav (Serbo-Croatian), tuttu (Sicilian), všetok [masculine] (Slovak), všetci [plural] (Slovak), vès (Slovene), todos [masculine] (Spanish), todas [feminine] (Spanish), sadaya (Sundanese), -ote (Swahili), alla [plural] (Swedish), all [common, uncountable] (Swedish), allt [neuter, uncountable] (Swedish), ꠢꠇꠟ (hoxol) (Sylheti), అందరూ (andarū) (Telugu), అన్నీ (annī) (Telugu), సమస్తము (samastamu) (Telugu), సర్వము (sarvamu) (Telugu), మొత్తము (mottamu) (Telugu), olgeta (Tok Pisin), sāstok (Tregami), bütün (Turkish), tutuş (Turkmen), весь (vesʹ) (Ukrainian), ці́лий (cílyj) (Ukrainian), سب‎ (sab) (Urdu), سارا‎ (sārā) (Urdu), tuto (Venetian), mọi (Vietnamese), valik (Volapük), sabiǰag (Waigali), tot (Walloon), i gyd (Welsh), holl (Welsh), אַלע‎ (ale) (Yiddish), aolles (Zealandic) Translations (throughout the whole of (a stated period of time)): ամբողջ (ambołǰ) (Armenian), սաղ (sał) [colloquial, dialectal] (Armenian), bütün (Azerbaijani), ھەمو‎ (hemu) (Central Kurdish), celý (Czech), hele (Danish), ĉiu (Esperanto), blibo (Ewe), koko (Finnish), tout le [masculine] (French), toute la [feminine] (French), ganz (German), όλο (ólo) [masculine, neuter] (Greek), όλη (óli) [feminine] (Greek), सारा (sārā) (Hindi), egész (Hungarian), tota (Ido), tote (Interlingua), tutto il/lo [masculine] (Italian), tutta la [feminine] (Italian), ずっと (zutto) (Japanese), (on) (Korean), 내내 (naenae) (Korean), (jjuk) (Korean), 꼬박 (kkobak) (Korean), цел (cel) (Macedonian), sepanjang (Malay), se- -an (Malay), എല്ലാം (ellāṃ) (Malayalam), എപ്പോഴും (eppōḻuṃ) (Malayalam), kollox (Maltese), (quán) (Mandarin Chinese), hele (Norwegian), تمام‎ (tamâm) (Persian), cały (Polish), todo [masculine] (Portuguese), toda (note: placed after the noun) [feminine] (Portuguese), tudo [neuter] (Portuguese), tot (Romanian), toată (Romanian), toți [plural] (Romanian), toate [plural] (Romanian), весь (vesʹ) [masculine] (Russian), це́лый (célyj) [masculine] (Russian), aw (Scots), fad (Scottish Gaelic), cijelo (Serbo-Croatian), celý (Slovak), vseskozi (Slovene), todo [masculine] (Spanish), toda [feminine] (Spanish), hel (Swedish), ทั้งหมด (táng-mòt) (Thai), bütün (Turkish), 'eel de (Zealandic)

Noun

Forms: alls [plural] IPA: /ɔːl/ [Received-Pronunciation], /ɔl/ [General-American], [ɔɫ], /ɑl/ [Inland-Northern-American, cot-caught-merger] Audio: En-us-all.ogg [US], LL-Q1860 (eng)-Back ache-all.wav
  1. Everything that one is capable of. Tags: countable, uncountable, with a possessive pronoun
  2. The totality of one's possessions. Tags: countable
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Categories: Automatic Inscriptional Pahlavi transliterations containing ambiguous characters, English determiners, English indefinite pronouns, English plural pronouns, English pronouns Synonyms: al [obsolete] Translations (everything possible): جَمِيع‎ (jamīʿ) (Arabic), ամբողջ (ambołǰ) (Armenian), вси́чко (vsíčko) (Bulgarian), tot (Catalan), bíyyi'ka (Chickasaw), mó̠ma (Chickasaw), všechno [neuter] (Czech), alt (Danish), alles [neuter] (Dutch), zich helemaal (Dutch), kõik (Estonian), kaikkensa (Finnish), tout [masculine] (French), alles (German), כֹּל‎ (kól) (Hebrew), כּוֹל‎ (kól) (Hebrew), túdu (Kabuverdianu), 전부 (jeonbu) (alt: 全部) (Korean), сѐ (sè) (Macedonian), 一切 (yīqiè) (Mandarin Chinese), alt (Norwegian), wszystko [neuter] (Polish), todo [masculine] (Portuguese), tot (Romanian), всё (vsjo) (Russian), вшытко (všŷtko) (Rusyn), aw (Scots), na h-uile (Scottish Gaelic), všetko [neuter] (Slovak), todo [masculine] (Spanish), allt (Swedish), aolles (Zealandic) Translations (totality of one's possessions): koko omaisuus (Finnish), všetko [neuter] (Slovak)

Pronoun

IPA: /ɔːl/ [Received-Pronunciation], /ɔl/ [General-American], [ɔɫ], /ɑl/ [Inland-Northern-American, cot-caught-merger] Audio: En-us-all.ogg [US], LL-Q1860 (eng)-Back ache-all.wav
  1. Everything.
  2. Everyone.
  3. The only thing(s).
  4. Used after who, what, where, how and similar words, either without changing their meaning, or indicating that one expects that they cover more than one element, e.g. that "who all attended" is more than one person. (Some dialects only allow this to follow some words and not others.) Tags: Northern-Ireland, Scotland, Southern-US, chiefly Categories: Midland US English, Scottish English, Southern US English, Ulster English
  5. Clipping of y’all. Used only as a vocative. Tags: US, abbreviation, alt-of, clipping, colloquial Alternative form of: y’all (extra: Used only as a vocative) Categories: American English
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Categories: Automatic Inscriptional Pahlavi transliterations containing ambiguous characters, English determiners, English indefinite pronouns, English plural pronouns, English pronouns Synonyms: al [obsolete]

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