Значение идиомы all out

[all out] {adv. phr.}, {informal} With all your strength, power, or determination; to the best of your ability; without holding back.

-Usually used in the phrase “go all out”.

We went all out to win the game.

John went all out to finish the job and was very tired afterwards.

Compare: ALL THE WAY 2, FULL TILT, GO THE WHOLE HOG, GO TO ANY LENGTH, LEAVE A STONE UNTURNED, WITH MIGHT AND MAIN.


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