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[o:l] adj.,pron.,n.,adv. -adj 1. i gjithë, i tërë; all my life gjithë jetën ; why me, of all people pse pikërisht mua? 2. çdo, çfarëdo; gjithë; beyond all doubt jashtë çdo dyshimi; All Saints' Day fet. Dita e të Gjithë Shenjtorëve. 3. vetëm, veçse; all words and no thought veç fjalë e aspak mendim./-pron . gjithçka, gjithkush; çdo gjë, të gjithë; all of us të gjithë ne; all that glitters is not gold s'është flori gjithçka që ndrit; it's all the go [its o:l dhë gou] është në modë; është bërë modë
-n . gjithçka; above all mbi të gjitha; after all në fund të fundit; all at once befas, papritur, sakaq; all in all në tërësi; at all a) sadopak; b) fare: I don't know at all nuk e di fare; not at all aspak, fare; s'ka gjë! , të lutem! all is well gjithçka në rregull; for all (that) ndonëse, megjithëse; for all I know me sa di unë; in all gjithësej; once (and) for all njëherë e përgjithmonë.
- adv . tërësisht, plotësisht; all alone a) krejt vetëm; b) vetë, krejt, vetë; all along gjithë kohës; all but pothuaj; he was all but dead from fatigue ishte si (gati) i vdekur nga lodhja; all clear gjithçka në rregull, s'ka më rrezik; all for plotësisht dakord, i etur; all in a) i këputur; b) të gjitha të përfshira (në çmim); c) pakufizim; all one to (me) është njësoj (për mua), s'ka rëndësi; all that fort, edhe aq; all over kudo; all right a) në rregull, pranoj, dakord; b) shëndosh e mirë, krejt në rregull, siç duhet; all the better sa më mirë; all up (with) në mbarim; it is all up with him i ka ardhur fundi; go all out i bëj të gjitha, s'kursehem; all clear [o:l klië:] n 1. usht. mbarim i alarmit, alarmi mbaroi!. 2. gjithçka në rregull.
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