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1Used to emphasize something additional that is being referred to.‘she threw her coffee over him, mug and all’
- ‘He grabbed his plate and hurled it, food and all, against the wall.’
- ‘We don't want to miss the start, so we head to the gig, bags and all, leaving the baffled hotel staff in the dust.’
- ‘She climbed into her bed, clothes and all, and went to sleep.’
- 1.1informal As well.‘get one for me and all’
as well, also, too, besides, into the bargain, in addition, additionally, on top, on top of that, over and above that, what's more, moreover, furthermoreView synonyms
- ‘He'd never pick me, being his son and so young and all.’
- ‘I know he still really cares for me and all, but it's like, painful for him to think about other me with other guys.’
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