to go all out




Idiom Definition

Idiom Definition - go all out

"to go all out"

to do everything possible for someone or something

 

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Idiom Scenario 1

Idiom Definition - go all out

Two colleagues are talking ...

Colleague 1: You really go all out when you are given a presentation to create, don't you?

Colleague 2: I like to do a complete and thorough job, yes.

Colleague 1: You must have spent a lot of time on it.

Colleague 2: I spent about twenty hours creating the presentation.

Colleague 1: That's impressive. Most people would put in no more than six or eight hours on that type of presentation. I am sure everyone will be impressed.



Idiom Scenario 2

Idiom Definition - go all out

A couple are talking ...

Wife: What a simply wonderful evening. Thank you so very much for a super-romantic date. You really went all out.

Husband: So, you enjoyed the hot-air balloon ride to the countryside?

Wife: Amazing.

Husband: And the private dining room with a gourmet meal?

Wife: Delicious.

Husband: And the moonlit stroll around the lake?

Wife: Perfect.

Husband: Are you ready to see the honeymoon suite that I booked?

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to go all out - Usage:

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to go all out - Gerund Form:

Going all out, she stayed up all night to complete her sister's wedding dress.




to go all out - Examples:

1)  ... you spread gooey globs of strawberry jam on your toast each morning or go all out with a hot fudge sundae every night for dessert, indulging in sugar is a ...

2)  ... he does more commercial stuff with Big Bang, and gets to go all out with his personal artistic vision as as a solo act.

3)  Tip: Don't go all out and use up all your potential beta user base in one go. Plan ahead to ...

4)  If you want to go all out, this build features pretty much everything you'll ever need to get things done.

5)  So Walden wants to go all out and plan the perfect romantic date for her.

6)  Shouldn't coaches want their organizations to go all out to land the best talent?

7)  The idea for this is that we will go all out and throw a prom, 80's style, with formal dress required. 

8)  ... but it's hard to really go all out into success without taking some reasonable risks.

9)  Occasionally you have to stop running and walk. If you go all out, and expend every bit of energy you have, you will never reach the ...

10)  And a good percentage of the homeowners go all out to decorate and put together a nice open air Halloween gathering for children.

11)  I decided that, in the next game, I would go all out. I finished with my first Perfection medal. 

12)  While you don't need to go all out and hire the most expensive interior decorator in town, ...

13)  I've already blown It, so I might as well go all out

14)  Now, with the Droid DNA, HTC decided to go all out and make the most impressively spec-filled smartphone the world has yet known. 

15)  You don't really need to go all out buying a ski outfit since this is a trial run for you.

16)  The wealthy nations must go all out to bridge the gulf between the rich minority and the poor majority.

17)  ... there's a big finish, in which all three featured players go all out during the last 25 seconds.

18)  If you want to go all out, you grind your own coffee beans. 

19)  Perfect for those that can't go all out on price, but want a full-size and flexible tablet experience. With enough performance ...

20)  RPI is starving for points and will, unquestionably, go all out to secure a win.