Definition of do-all in English:

do-all

noun

  • A person who carries out the whole range of tasks in an establishment; a factotum.

adjective

  • Of a person: that is a do-all; that carries out tasks of all kinds. Of a product: able to carry out a comprehensive set of tasks.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Ben Jonson (?1573–1637), poet and playwright. From do + all [noun], probably after factotum.

Pronunciation

do-all

/ˈduːɔːl/