- That, and everything similar; all of that kind of thing; and so on, et cetera. [from 15th c.]
- 1809, Lord Byron, letter (to Henry Drury), 25 Jun 1809:
- He has been all among the worshippers of Fire in Persia and has seen Persepolis and all that.
- (US, slang) Of especially good quality; particularly excellent. [from 20th c.]
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- (idiomatic) Very.
- We do not have all that much time to finish.