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entire

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1 not divided or scattered among several areas of interest or concern
  • This matter is important, so please give me your entire attention.
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2 not lacking any part or member that properly belongs to it
  • The entire team needs to be present for the photograph.
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whole, entire, total, all mean including everything or everyone without exception. whole implies that nothing has been omitted, ignored, abated, or taken away.
    • read the whole book
entire may suggest a state of completeness or perfection to which nothing can be added.
    • the entire population was wiped out
total implies that everything has been counted, weighed, measured, or considered.
    • the total number of people present
all may equal whole, entire, or total.
    • all proceeds go to charity


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