all in

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AdjectiveEdit

all in (not comparable)

  1. Very tired.
    • 1955, Rex Stout, "The Next Witness", in Three Witnesses, October 1994 Bantam edition, ISBN 0553249592, page 51;
      Either the celebrated lilt of her voice was born in, or she had used it so much and so long that it might as well have been. She looked all in, no doubt of that, but the lilt was there.
  2. (chiefly UK) With everything included.
  3. (poker) Being without any further money to bet, but remaining active in a hand
    By betting his last $100, John was all in.

NounEdit

all in (plural all ins)

  1. (poker) A hand where at least one player bets all of his or her chips.
  2. (poker) A player who is all in.
    Since she was against an all in, Jill had no reason to bet.

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