All-around (adjective)

Relating to or competent in many different fields or activities.

Origin:

Early 20th century: from all + around.

Examples:

  1. She is an all-around athlete, competing in multiple sports.
  2. He is an all-around musician, able to play many instruments.
  3. She is an all-around great person, always willing to help others.
  4. The company is looking for an all-around candidate who can handle multiple tasks.
  5. He is known as an all-around handyman, able to fix anything.
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