All-out ( adverb , adjective )

(As an adverb)

All-out ( adverb )

Using all of one's resources or effort.

Origin:

The term "all-out" is derived from the phrase "all out", which means to use all one"s resources or exertion.

Examples:

  1. The team went all-out to win the game.
  2. He put in an all-out effort to finish the project on time.
  3. She gave an all-out performance in the singing competition.
  4. They launched an all-out attack on the enemy.
  5. He was an all-out supporter of the new policy.

(As an adjective)

All-out ( adjective )

Using all of one's resources or effort.

Origin:

The term "all-out" is derived from the phrase "all out", which means to use all one"s resources or exertion.

Examples:

  1. The team went all-out to win the game.
  2. He put in an all-out effort to finish the project on time.
  3. She gave an all-out performance in the singing competition.
  4. They launched an all-out attack on the enemy.
  5. He was an all-out supporter of the new policy.
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