One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to refer vaguely to other things associated with what has been mentioned.‘you'll still get paid and everything’
- ‘It's all very exciting and everything but the thing is that I don't really want to move.’
- ‘You recall how I was all chuffed and everything about how ace he is and how he finds the coolest things?’
- ‘She asked me to come over and join her, and I looked into flights and visas and everything.’
- ‘She hadn't got a break planned what with the wedding preparations and everything.’
- ‘The sail cloths and everything will have to be put together and you'll need a steady hand to paint it all.’
- ‘Why couldn't they have told me this when I was having the plans done and everything?’
- ‘He loves animals so much that he went a grabbed a load of them and let them live on his property and everything.’
- ‘My dad and I were talking about life, the universe and everything over the weekend.’
- ‘My legs go straight out in front of me and all the gears and everything are up by my chest and I just cycle with my arms.’
- ‘I could see you all and I was shouting and everything but no words would come out.’
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