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all
[ɔːl] 1. adj
(with sing) cały; (with pl) wszystkie (+nvir), wszyscy (+vir)

all the food — całe jedzenie

all day — cały dzień

all night — całą noc

all the books — wszystkie książki

all men are equal — wszyscy ludzie są równi

all five came — przyszła cała piątka

2. pron
1) (sg) wszystko nt; (pl) wszystkie nvir pl, wszyscy vir pl

I ate it all, I ate all of it — zjadłem (to) wszystko

is that all? — czy to (już) wszystko?

all of us went — wszyscy poszliśmy

we all sat down — wszyscy usiedliśmy

2)

above all — przede wszystkim, nade wszystko

after all — przecież, w końcu

all in all — w sumie, ogółem

3. adv
zupełnie

all alone — zupełnie sam

it's not as hard as all that — to nie jest aż takie trudne

all the more/the better — tym więcej/lepiej

all but — (all except for) wszyscy z wyjątkiem or oprócz +gen; (almost) już prawie

all but the strongest — wszyscy z wyjątkiem najsilniejszych

I had all but finished — już prawie skończyłam

what's the score? — 2 all — jaki jest wynik? — dwa — dwa

* * *
[o:l] 1. adjective, pronoun
1) (the whole (of): He ate all the cake; He has spent all of his money.) cały
2) (every one (of a group) when taken together: They were all present; All men are equal.) wszyscy
2. adverb
1) (entirely: all alone; dressed all in white.) całkowicie
2) ((with the) much; even: Your low pay is all the more reason to find a new job; I feel all the better for a shower.) tym (bardziej/mocniej)
- all-out
- all-round
- all-rounder
- all-terrain vehicle
- all along
- all at once
- all in
- all in all
- all over
- all right
- in all

English-Polish dictionary. 2013.

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