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all-in

[ awl-in ]
/ ˈɔlˈɪn /
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adjective
Wrestling. without restrictions; with virtually every type of hold permitted.
Jazz. performed by all members of the group; played ensemble: An all-in refrain followed the solos.
British. with extras included; inclusive: at the all-in rate.
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Origin of all-in

First recorded in 1885–90
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How to use all-in in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for all-in

all in

adjective
(postpositive) informal completely exhausted; tired out
adverb, adjective (all-in when prenominal)
  1. with all expenses or costs included in the pricethe flat is one hundred pounds a week all in
  2. (prenominal)the all-in price is thirty pounds
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