"and all" meaning in English

Phrase

Audio: en-au-and all.ogg [Australia]
  1. Including every object, attribute, or process associated with preceding item or series of items. Tags: idiomatic Categories: English idioms
  2. Used to suggest certain unstated relevant implications or what has been stated. Tags: idiomatic, informal Categories: English idioms
  3. Used to add emphasis. Tags: Northern-England, Scotland Categories: Northern England English, Scottish English
  4. As well; in addition. Tags: Britain, informal Categories: British English
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Categories: English coordinates Synonyms: an all, Uncle Tom Cobley and all Derived forms: one and all, still and all, warts and all Translations (idiomatic: including every item associated with preceding item or items): kaikkineen (Finnish), päivineen (Finnish), et tout (French), et ainsi de suite (French), et cætera (French), et tout et tout (French), et tout le reste (French), e tudo (Portuguese) Translations (idiomatic: used to suggest certain unstated relevant implications or what has been stated): ynnä muuta (Finnish), ja niin edelleen (Finnish), et tout le tremblement (French), tout ça (French)

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