EXPRESSIONS WITH 'ALL'-4
EXPRESSIONS WITH 'ALL'-4: meaning and examples
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Today we continue our review of expressions that use the English word all.
Today's first expression is: all in one
Meaning: having two or more uses or functions.
It's a corkscrew (sacacorchos) and a bottle-opener (abrebotellas) all in one.
Today's second expression is: all or nothing
Meaning: a situation which will end either in total success or total failure.
Football coach: Okay boys. This is it... the final game. If we win, we're the champions; but if we lose, no one will remember that we had come this far. It's all or nothing.
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