All

unbest. Pron.
1. adjektivisch all (of); all the (+ Pl.) (jeder) every; each; (jeder beliebige) any; alle anderen all the others, all the rest; alles andere all else; das alles all that; alles andere als (nützlich etc.) anything but (useful etc.); all das andere all the rest; alle Menschen everyone, everybody; alle Welt the whole world, all the world; alles Amerikanische all things American; alles Gute all the best; alles Übrige all the rest; Sachen aller Art all kinds of things; allen Ernstes in all seriousness; auf alle Fälle in any case (oder event); in aller Deutlichkeit quite distinctly; in aller Form in good and due form; mit aller Kraft with all one’s strength; ohne allen Zweifel without a doubt; trotz aller Anstrengungen despite all efforts; vor allen Leuten in front of everybody, in public; sie hat alles Geld oder all ihr Geld / all das viele Geld verloren she lost all her / that money
2. in Zeit- und Mengenangaben: alle (paar) Augenblicke every few seconds, ever so often; alle (zwei) Tage every (other) day; alle acht Tage once a week; alle Jahre wieder year after year; alle drei Schritte / Meter every couple of (oder few) feet / yards umg.
3. substantivisch
a) alle all; alle beide both of them; alle drei all three (of them); sie / wir alle all of them / us; alle außer mir etc. everyone except me etc.; fast alle almost everyone; sind alle da? is everyone (oder everybody) here?; alle und jeder all and sundry, everyone (and his dog umg.); alle für einen und einer für alle all for one and one for all; alle, die ... all who (oder that), whoever; Amtsspr. any persons who (oder being oder having) ...; alle, die ein Visum benötigen anyone (oder those) requiring a visa; das wollen nicht alle not everyone wants that; alle wollen das nicht everyone doesn’t want that;
b) alles everything; alles lachte everybody laughed; alles außer ... all but ...; alles auf einmal all at once; das ist oder wäre alles that is (oder will be) all; er kann alles he can do anything; alles oder nichts! it’s all or nothing; alles und jedes everything; alles in allem all in all, overall, on balance, (letztendlich) auch when all is said and done; bei oder trotz allem despite everything; vor allem above all; sie ist gut in allem she is good at everything; was soll das alles? what’s the meaning of all that?; damit ist alles gesagt I need say no more; alles zu seiner Zeit all in good time; alles hat seine Zeit all in good time, there is a time for everything; auf alles gefasst sein be prepared for the worst; alles hat zwei Seiten there are two sides to everything (oder every story); es geht ihr über alles she values that more than anything; es geht um alles oder nichts it’s all or nothing;
c) verstärkend: Geschwindigkeit ist alles speed is everything; sie ist alles für mich she is everything to me; da hört (umg. sich) doch alles auf umg. that is the limit, that puts the lid on it; wer war denn alles da? who all was there?; ... und wer (oder Gott) weiß was alles umg. ... and goodness (oder heaven oder Lord) knows what else, ... and what have you, ... and I don’t know what all; was sind das alles nur für Leute? what sort of people are they?, whoever are these people?; wir wissen nicht, was sie alles getan haben we don’t know what all they’ve done; um alles in der Welt for anything in the world; da war (aber) alles dran umg. it was just perfect; pej. it was the limit, it couldn’t have been worse;
d) mein / dein etc. alles my / your etc. my / your etc. all, everything; ihr Ein und (ihr) Alles her all in all, her little all; ein 1 II, Mädchen
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das All
(Weltall) space; universe; outer space
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Ạll [al]
nt -s, no pl (SCI, SPACE)
space no art; (außerhalb unseres Sternsystems) outer space; (liter, geh) universe

Spaziergang im All — space walk, walk in space

das weite All — the immense universe

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(the most absolute or complete possible: We have every reason to believe that she will get better.) every
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All
<-s>
[al]
nt kein pl space
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das; Alls space no art.; (Universum) universe
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All n; -s, kein pl universe; (Weltraum) (outer) space;
ins All schicken send into space
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das; Alls space no art.; (Universum) universe
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adj.
all adj.
every adj.

Deutsch-Englisch Wörterbuch. 2013.

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