all 英 [ɔ:l]   美 [ɔl]

all

all  英 [ɔ:l] 美 [ɔl]

adj. 全部的  adv. 全然地;越发  n. 全部 

They were all there except me. 除了我以外他们都在那里。
We all went except him. 除他以外, 我们都去了。

  • When you say “I wouldn't do it for all the tea in China!” you are talking about every single leaf of tea in the entire country of China. That's a lot of tea.
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  • adj. 全部的
  • adv. 全然地;越发
  • n. 全部
  • pron. 全部
  • 1. They were all there except me.

    除了我以外他们都在那里。

  • 2. We all went except him.

    除他以外, 我们都去了。

  • 3. This is all I have.

    这就是我的全部家当。

  • 4. All my plants have died.

    我的花草全死光了。

  • 5. He has lost all his money.

    他失去了所有的钱。

  • 6. He's worked hard all year.

    他一年到头都在辛勤劳动。

  • 7. All of the food has gone.

    食物全光了。

  • 8. He lives all alone.

    他索居独处。

all / ɔːl ; NAmE ɔːl / determiner , pronoun , adverb determiner 1 ( used with plural nouns. The noun may have the, this, that, my, her, his,etc. in front of it, or a number. 与复数名词连用。名词前可用 the、this、that、my、her、his 等,也可用数词。 ) the whole number of 所有;全部;全体;一切 All horses are animals, but not all animals are horses. 所有的马都是动物,但并不是所有的动物都是马。 Cars were coming from all directions (= every direction). 汽车从四面八方驶来。 All the people you invited are coming. 你邀请的人都会来。 All my plants have died. 我的花草全死光了。 All five men are hard workers. 五个人全都工作努力。 2 ( used with uncountable nouns. The noun may have the, this, that, my, her, his,etc. in front of it. 与不可数名词连用。名词前可用 the、this、that、my、her、his 等。 ) the whole amount of 所有;全部;一切 All wood tends to shrink. 所有的木头都会收缩。 You've had all the fun and I've had all the hard work. 你所有的快乐都享受了,我所有的辛苦都尝尽了。 All this mail must be answered. 所有这些信件都必须回覆。 He has lost all his money. 他失去了所有的钱。 3 used with singular nouns showing sth has been happening for a whole period of time (与单数名词连用,表示某事在某段时间内持续发生)全部的,整个的 He's worked hard all year. 他一年到头都在辛勤劳动。 She was unemployed for all that time. 那段时间她一直失业。 4 the greatest possible 极度;尽量 In all honesty (= being as honest as I can),I can't agree. 说实在的,我不能同意。 5 consisting or appearing to consist of one thing only 唯一;全是;仅仅 The magazine was all advertisements. 这份杂志全是广告。 She was all smiles (= smiling a lot). 她笑容满面。 6 any whatever 无论什么;任何 He denied all knowledge of the crime. 他矢口否认对这桩罪案知情。 IDIOMS and all ˈthat (jazz, rubbish, etc.) ( informal) and other similar things 以及诸如此类的 I'm bored by history—dates and battles and all that stuff. 我厌烦历史,尽是些年代啦战争啦什么的。 not all that good, well, etc. not particularly good, well, etc. 不那么好;不很好 He doesn't sing all that well. 他唱得并不特别好。 not as bad(ly), etc. as all ˈthat not as much as has been suggested 并非那么坏(等) They're not as rich as all that. 他们并不是那么富有。 of ˈall people, things, etc. ( informal) used to express surprise because sb/sth seems the least likely person, example, etc. 在所有的…当中偏偏 I didn't think you, of all people, would become a vegetarian. 我真没有想到,在所有的人当中偏偏你会成为素食者。 of ˈall the… ( informal) used to express anger (表示生气)真是,真气人 I've locked myself out. Of all the stupid things to do! 我把自己锁在门外了,真是蠢得很! more at for prep. pronoun 1 the whole number or amount 所有;全部;全体;一切 All of the food has gone. 食物全光了。 They've eaten all of it. 他们全吃光了。 They've eaten it all. 他们吃得一点也没剩。 I invited some of my colleagues but not all. 我邀请了一些同事,并不是所有的。 Not all of them were invited. 他们当中并不是人人都受到邀请。 All of them enjoyed the party. 他们都喜欢那次聚会。 They all enjoyed it. 他们都喜欢。 His last movie was best of all. 他最近的那部电影是他所有电影中最好的一部。 2 ( followed by a relative clause, often without that 后接常不带 that 的关系从句 ) the only thing; everything 唯一的事物;所有的事物;一切 All I want is peace and quiet. 我只要和平安宁。 It was all that I had. 那就是我拥有的一切。 note at altogether IDIOMS all in ˈall when everything is considered 从各方面考虑;总的说来 All in all it had been a great success. 总的说来,那是个巨大的成功。 all in ˈone having two or more uses, functions, etc. 多功能;多用途 It's a corkscrew and bottle-opener all in one. 这是一物多用,既是瓶塞钻,又是开瓶器。 and ˈall 1 also; included; in addition 而且;还;包括 She jumped into the river, clothes and all (= with her clothes on). 她连衣服也没脱就跳进河中。 2 ( informal) as well; too ‘I'm freezing.’ ‘Yeah, me and all.’ “我都快冻僵了。”“对,我也是。” (not) at all in any way; to any degree 一点也(不);完全(不) I didn't enjoy it at all. 我一点也不喜欢。 in all as a total 总共;共计 SYN altogether There were twelve of us in all for dinner. 我们一共十二人吃饭。 That's £25.40 in all. 总计 25.40 英镑。 ˌnot at ˈall used as a polite reply to an expression of thanks (回答道谢的客套语)不用谢,哪儿的话 ‘Thanks very much for your help.’ ‘Not at all, it was a pleasure.’ “多谢你帮了忙。”“别客气,不用谢。” your ˈall everything you have 所有的一切 They gave their all (= fought and died)in the war. 他们在战争中英勇牺牲,献出了一切。 more at above prep. , after prep. , end v. , end n. , for prep. , side n. adverb 1 completely 完全 She was dressed all in white. 她穿得一身白。 He lives all alone. 他索居独处。 The coffee went all over my skirt. 咖啡溅了我一裙子。 2 ( informal) very 很;十分;非常 She was all excited. 她非常激动。 Now don't get all upset about it. 别再为那件事那么难过了。 3 ~ too… used to show that sth is more than you would like 太;过分 I'm all too aware of the problems. 我实在太明白这些问题了。 The end of the trip came all too soon. 这次旅行结束得未免太快了。 4 (in sports and games 体育运动、比赛、游戏 ) to each side 每方;各 The score was four all. 比分是四平。 IDIOMS all aˈlong all the time; from the beginning 一直;始终 I realized it was in my pocket all along. 我发觉它一直就在我口袋里。 all aˈround all round all the better, harder, etc. so much better, harder, etc. 更好(或努力等) We'll have to work all the harder with two people off sick. 有两个人病了没上班,所以我们得加把劲干。 all but 1 almost 几乎;差不多 The party was all but over when we arrived. 我们到的时候,聚会都快要结束了。 It was all but impossible to read his writing. 他的笔迹几乎没法辨认。 2 everything or everyone except sth/sb 除…外全部 All but one of the plates were damaged. 除去一只,盘子全打碎了。 all ˈin 1 physically tired 疲劳;疲惫 SYN exhausted At the end of the race he felt all in. 他在赛跑结束时感到筋疲力尽。 2 ( BrE) including everything 全部包括在内;总共 The holiday cost £250 all in. 假期总共花了 250 英镑。 see also all-in all of sth ( often ironic) used to emphasize an amount, a size, etc. usually when it is very small (强调数量、体积等,而实际上通常很小)足足 It must be all of 100 metres to the car! 走到车那里一定足足有 100 米呀! all ˈover 1 everywhere 到处;处处 We looked all over for the ring. 我们到处找那枚戒指。 2 ( informal) what you would expect of the person mentioned 正如所提到的人那样;十分像;十足 That sounds like my sister all over. 这听起来很像我的妹妹。 all ˈround ( BrE) ( NAmE all aˈround ) 1 in every way; in all respects 在各方面;全面 a good performance all round 从各方面看来都精彩的演出 2 for each person 给每个人 She bought drinks all round. 她给每个人都买了饮料。 ˌall ˈthere ( informal) having a healthy mind; thinking clearly 心理健全;头脑清醒 He behaves very oddly at times—I don't think he's quite all there. 他有时候怪里怪气的,我觉得他脑筋不大正常。 be all about sb/sth used to say what the most important aspect of sth is 最重要的是;主要的是 It's all about money these days. 如今谈的就是钱。 be all for sth/for doing sth ( informal) to believe strongly that sth should be done 坚信某事应完成;完全赞成 They're all for saving money where they can. 他们想尽一切办法存钱。 be all ˈover sb ( informal) to show a lot of affection for or enthusiasm about sb 向某人献殷勤;讨好某人;谄媚 He was all over her at the party. 他在聚会上向她大献殷勤。 be all ˈthat ( US) ( informal) to be very attractive or impressive 魅力十足;美丽动人;十分出色 He thinks he's all that. 他觉得自己颇有魅力。 be all up (with sb) ( old-fashioned, informal) to be the end for sb (某人)完蛋了 It looks as though it's all up with us now (= we are ruined, have no further chances, etc.). 看来我们现在全完蛋了。 all / ɔːl ; NAmE ɔːl /
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