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Be very attractive or good.‘He thinks he's all that—Yeah, God's gift’
- ‘Eddy, who thought he was all that, asked Jonas what he got on the test.’
- ‘My brother was twenty-three this year; in his last year of college and, because of this, thought he was all that and a bag of chips.’
- ‘Vlad and Sheff have been all that and a bag of chips for the teams who signed them as free agents.’
- ‘He may be all that, but he's in New York, and that's a long way from here.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.