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Expressions with ALL
Hold all the aces = have an advantage about something or someone
Know all the angles = used to express a knowledge about something! be very clever about something
Of all the nerve! = express anger about someone's behaviour
Once and for all = finally (put an end to something)
Pull out all the stops = meaning you make every possible effort to do something, to realize something
You can't win them all = used after losing a match or failing to achieve something
All the way (with go) = meaning that you finished something completely
Dash it all ! = used to express annoyance, or when very upset (behaviour)
For all I know = when you know something (often expressing displeasure)
Free for all = used to talk about a tournament or a competition in which everyone present can participate
All-nighter = spend all night doing something or studying for the tests
All right (!) = okay, yes, fine
All shook up = be extremely excited or disturbed about something (feeling)
All that and then some = used for saying that you have done more than what has been mentioned or declared
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