Meaning of ALL in English

I. adjective Etymology: Middle English ~, al, from Old English e~; akin to Old High German ~ ~ Date: before 12th century 1. the whole amount, quantity, or extent of , as much as possible , every member or individual component of , the whole number or sum of , every , any whatever , nothing but ; only :, completely taken up with, given to, or absorbed by , having or seeming to have (some physical feature) in conspicuous excess or prominence , paying full attention with , used up ; entirely consumed, being more than one person or thing , see: whole II. adverb Date: before 12th century 1. wholly , quite , selected as the best (as at a sport) within an area or organization, only , exclusively, just , so much , for each side ; apiece , III. pronoun, singular or plural in construction Date: before 12th century 1. the whole number, quantity, or amount ; totality , b. — used in such phrases as for ~ I know, for ~ I care, and for ~ the good it does to indicate a lack of knowledge, interest, or effectiveness everybody , everything , IV. noun Date: 1593 the whole of one's possessions, resources, or energy

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