All ( determiner , adverb )

(As a determiner)

All ( determiner )

  1. The whole quantity or extent of something.
  2. Used to emphasize a quantity or amount.
  3. Used to refer to the greatest possible amount or degree of something.
  4. Used to refer to every one of something.

Origin:

Old english eall, of germanic origin; related to dutch al and german all.

Examples:

  1. All the students passed the exam.
  2. I've eaten all the pizza.
  3. She's all alone in the house.
  4. All the books in the library were donated by alumni.
  5. I'm doing all I can to help.

(As an adverb)

All ( adverb )

  1. The whole quantity or extent of something.
  2. Used to emphasize a quantity or amount.
  3. Used to refer to the greatest possible amount or degree of something.
  4. Used to refer to every one of something.

Origin:

Old english eall, of germanic origin; related to dutch al and german all.

Examples:

  1. All the students passed the exam.
  2. I've eaten all the pizza.
  3. She's all alone in the house.
  4. All the books in the library were donated by alumni.
  5. I'm doing all I can to help.
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