that is all


variants or that's all
used to say that something is finished, completed, or enough
"Do you need anything else?" "No, thanks, that's all."
They're (just) different, that's all.
used to say that something is all that is needed or wanted
I went there to visit friends and that's all.

Examples of that is all in a Sentence

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“That is all.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 22 May. 2024.

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