Definition of all–hands
: characterized by the participation or contributions of all individuals in a group an all-hands effort And this Friday, the agency's deputy administrator … will come to NASA Glenn, in part to hold an all-hands meeting with employees … — Becky Gaylord, Plain Dealer (Cleveland, Ohio), 5 Aug. 2003
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