all-singing, all-dancing


Definition of all-singing, all-dancing

British, informal + humorous

  1. —used in an exaggerated way to suggest that something (such as a machine that has many features) is like a large and expensive show that has many singing and dancing performers <an all-singing, all-dancing stereo system>

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