Meaning of ALL OF in English

ALL OF

adj. phr. , informal 1. At least the amount or number of; fully; no less than. It was all of ten o'clock before they finally started. She must have paid all of $50 for that hat. 2. Showing all the signs of; completely in. Used with "a". The girls were all of a twitter before the dance. Mother is all of a flutter because of the thunder and lightning. The dog was all of a tremble with cold.

American idioms English vocabulary.      Английский словарь американских идиом.