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all-expense

[ awl-ik-spens ]
/ ˈɔl ɪkˈspɛns /
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adjective
including all necessary or usual expenses, as the full cost of a trip, tour, or the like: a two-week all-expense tour of Mexico.
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Also all-ex·pens·es-paid [awl-ik-spen-siz-peyd]. /ˈɔl ɪkˈspɛn sɪzˈpeɪd/.
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