bob, pob, mhob, holl, phobgyd, oll
- I gyd
Adjective(1) (quantifier(2) completely given to or absorbed by
Adverb(1) to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole' is often used informally for `wholly'
(1) he was all dirty(2) If you want to avoid formaldehyde altogether, you will need to switch to an all cotton wardrobe.(3) with all due respect(4) The term is often used to refer to all Roman territories during both the republic and the empire.(5) We are making sure they are doing everything in their power to sort things out with all due speed.(6) They all use a small quantity of caramel to smooth out colour variations from cask to cask.(7) From then on, the game was all about the forward confrontation and the boots of Lynagh and Andrew.(8) Pupils on foot and those arriving by car are all using the same main gate.(9) He had denied all knowledge of this appointment a few minutes before.(10) So, with all due respect, let's see what the outcome is before passing judgement.(11) they were in all probability completely unaware(12) She told the inquest she saw all four of the car's wheels leave the road as it went over the bridge.(13) Miss Pain tried to look cheerful but they looked all dressed up with nowhere to go.(14) They should all leave better prepared for whatever life and work throws at them.(15) In all seriousness, though, a large proportion of them are either taken or dead.(16) all of her children
(1) all right :: iawn
1. each of ::
2. the whole of the ::
y cyfan o'r
3. complete ::
5. entirely ::
yn gyfan gwbl
6. everyone ::
7. each one ::
8. everything ::
1. diffuse ::
2. divided ::
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