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all–out

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adjective \ˈȯl-ˈau̇t\

Simple Definition of all–out

  • : made or done with as much effort as possible

  • : fully developed

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of all–out

  1. 1 :  made with maximum effort :  thoroughgoing <an all–out effort to win the contest>

  2. 2 :  full-blown 2

1908

First Known Use of all–out

1908


ALL–OUT Defined for Kids

all–out

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adjective \ˈȯl-ˈau̇t\

Definition of all–out for Students

  1. :  as great as possible <We made an all-out effort to get there on time.>




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