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A Jack Of All Trades »
(one who has many different skills...)

A Little New To All This »
(I am a beginner not familiar with this situation or task...)

After All Is Said And Done »
(when things are calmer; after some time passes and all of this activity is finished...)

All Balled Up »
(stuck or confused...)

All Bark (And No Bite) »
(acting aggressive but not willing to fight...)

All Better Now »
(what was sick or problematic is now happy, healthy, resolved...)

All Day Long »
(during the length of the entire day...)

All Dressed Up »
(dressed formally or very nicely...)

All For Something »
(one agrees with that and wants it to happen...)

All For The Best »
(the result will be good...)

All Gone »
(there are no more; none are left; the last one is gone...)

All Greek »
(I don't understand it at all...)

All In A Day's Work »
(this is a natural part of ones job; what was done is not unusual for this type of work...)

All In Good Time »
(no need to rush; it will happen at the right time...)

All In One Piece »
(unhurt; without injury; undamaged; alive...)

All In The Family »
(only for members of our family...)

All In The Same Boat »
(facing the same challenges and needing to work together...)

All Joking Aside »
(no more jokes; I am going to speak seriously now...)

All Kidding Aside »
(no more joking; I am going to speak seriously now...)

All Night Long »
(it happened during the entire evening; it did not stop happening during the night...)

All Of A Sudden »
(suddenly; it happened quickly and was not expected...)

All Out War »
(the two sides are attacking each other with all of their power...)

All Over »
(it is finished; there is no more of it...)

All Over Again »
(it happened again, just like the first time...)

All Over But The Shouting »
(the competition is over; it has been decided...)

All Set »
(ready; prepared; in position...)

All Shot To Hell »
(broken; damaged; in bad condition...)

All Skin And Bones »
(too thin...)

All Systems Are Go »
(everything is working correctly and we are ready to begin...)

All Talk And No Action »
(one who says he will do things, but does not do them...)

All That Glitters Is Not Gold »
(some things are not as valuable as the appear to be...)

All The Rage »
(it is very popular right now; everyone is talking about it...)

All Thumbs »
(clumsy; uncoordinated; not able to hold things without dropping them; clumsy and dropping things...)

All Told »
(here is the number; we counted them all and we have the number...)

All Tuckered Out »
(very tired from working hard...)

All Walks Of Life »
(people from all different places with different jobs and lifestyles...)

All Well And Good »
(what you are saying may be true, but there may be something else more important...)

All Wet »
(one's body is completely covered in water...)

All Work And No Play Makes Jack A Dull Boy »
(a children's rhyme that says one is bored - and boring - if one only works; a person who only works becomes boring because doing fun things makes life interesting...)

All Worked Up About Something »
(one let oneself be very bothered by that thing...)

All Worked Up Over Something »
(one let oneself be very bothered by that thing...)

All Year Round »
(it happens during all of the months of the year...)

An All Out Effort »
(one uses all of one's effort...)

Bad As All That »
(people are saying that it is very bad; as bad as people are saying...)

Do Not Have All One's Marbles »
(that person does not think clearly...)

Doing All Right For Yourself »
(making money and succeeding at your work and in your life...)

Don't Put All Your Eggs In One Basket »
(don't risk everything all at once...)

Downhill All The Way »
(easy, comfortable, and not requiring a lot of effort...)

Firing On All Cylinders »
(the machine is working very smoothly; everything is now going as we want it to...)

First Of All »
(the first thing i want to tell you is.....)

For All I Care »
(i do not care whether you do that or not...)

For All I Know »
(i do not know, but it is possible...)

For All It's Worth »
(though it may or may not be important to you...)

Free For All »
(anyone can have it; a frantic situation where everyone is trying to get some...)

Get All Dolled Up »
(a woman makes herself more pretty by putting on nice clothes or cosmetics...)

Get Away From It All »
(escape from one's problems or difficulties...)

Get It All Together »
(get organized...)

Going All The Way »
(continuing and succeeding until the very end...)

I'm All Ears »
(listening very closely; one is willing and eager to listen...)

In All Good Conscience »
(able to feel good about what one has done...)

In All Probability »
(probably; it will probably happen; it is likely; i think so...)

Laughing All The Way To The Bank »
(one is happy because one got a lot of money...)

Money Is The Root Of All Evil »
(wanting more money causes people do very bad things...)

On All Fours »
(an animal walking on its four feet; a person walking on hands and knees...)

Out Of All Proportion »
(it seemed more important than it was...)

The Be All And The End All »
(the only thing that one cares about; the only thing that one cares about...)

The Stars Were All Lined Up »
(a number of things happened which were needed for the perfect result...)

They Jumped All Over Me »
(attack that person continuously, usually with words; be very aggressive with one suddenly...)

When All Is Said And Done »
(After people are done talking and we can see the result...)

Work Out All Right »
(have a good conclusion...)

You Can't Be All Things To All People »
(able to satisfy everyone's needs...)

A Pack Of Lies »
(a number of statements which are all untrue...)

A Slave To Something »
(one spends all of one's time and effort on that thing...)

A Struggle To The Death »
(one spends all of one's life energy on a fight, and dies...)

Across The Board »
(it will apply to all; all will be affected by it...)

And Something To Spare »
(it did not take all of one's effort; we were still not exhausted...)

Can't Make Heads Or Tails Out Of Someone Or Something »
(do not understand it at all; it does not make sense to one...)

Every Last One »
(all of them must be included; not even one of them can be forgotten...)

Fair And Fair Alike »
(the same rules should apply evenly to all...)

Flat Broke »
(having no money at all...)

From Dawn To Dusk »
(all day, from the moment the sun comes up until the moment it goes down...)

From Head To Toe »
(the persons entire body, including all of their skin...)

Full Steam Ahead »
(use all power to go straight forward...)

Get A Jumpstart »
(begin before all of the others begin; start before the others...)

Get The Works »
(get all of the extras with your order...)

In Detail »
(including all of the small details...)

Lock, Stock, And Barrel »
(the whole thing; all parts included...)

Not Able To Make Anything Out Of Someone Or »
(don't understand it at all...)

Rome Was Not Built In One Day »
(all great works take time to finish...)

Running The Table »
(making all of your shots and winning...)

Sink Into Despair »
(lose all feeling of hope...)

Take Someone To The Cleaners »
(take all of that person's money...)

They Ate It Up »
(really enjoy it; eat all of it; believe one's lie...)

To Err Is Human, To Forgive Divine »
(when people do things wrong we should try hard to forgive them because all people make mistakes...)

When It Rains, It Pours »
(it hasn't happened for a long time, and then it happens all at once...)

Wide Awake »
(not sleepy at all...)

With Everything On It »
(including all of the additional options...)

With Something To Spare »
(It did not require all of one's efforts...)

Wrapped Up In Someone Or Something »
(All of one's attention is on it...)

Year Round »
(It happens all during the year; it does not stop during any part of the year...)

You Can't Please Everyone »
(It is not possible for one's actions to make everyone happy all of the time...)



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