简明英汉词典

all along
adv.
自始自终, 一直

美国传统词典[双解]

all
all
AHD:[?l]
D.J.[%8l]
K.K.[%l]
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Being or representing the entire or total number, amount, or quantity:
一切的,所有的:具有或代表全部或所有数目、数额或数量的:
All the windows are open. Deal all the cards.See Synonyms at whole
所有的窗子都开着。把牌都发了参见 whole

(2)

Constituting, being, or representing the total extent or the whole:
整个的,全部的:构成,具有或代表全部范围或整体的:
all Christendom.
所有基督教徒

(3)

Being the utmost possible of:
极度的,尽量的:尽…最大可能的:
argued the case in all seriousness.
极其严肃地讨论这个问题

(4)

Every:
各种的:
got into all manner of trouble.
遇到各种各样的困难

(5)

Any whatsoever:
无论如何:
beyond all doubt.
毫无疑问的

(6)

Pennsylvania Finished; used up:
【宾夕法尼亚州】 耗尽的,用完的:
The apples are all.See Regional Note at gum band
苹果全吃完了参见 gum band

(7)

Informal Being more than one:
【非正式用语】 多个的:一个以上的:
Who all came to the party?See Regional Note at you-all
有谁要去参加晚会?参见 you-all
n.(名词)
The whole of one's fortune, resources, or energy; everything one has:
全部,一切:某人财产、智慧或精力的全部;一个人拥有的一切:
The brave defenders gave their all.
勇敢的防卫者奋战到底
pron.(代词)

(1)

The entire or total number, amount, or quantity; totality:
全体:全部或所有的数目、数额或数量;整体:
All of us are sick. All that I have is yours.
我们全都病了。我所有的一切都是你的

(2)

Everyone; everything:
每个人;每件东西:
justice for all.
对每个人都公正
adv.(副词)

(1)

Wholly; completely:
全部地;完全地:
a room painted all white; directions that were all wrong.
一间全刷成白色的房间;完全错误的方向

(2)

Each; apiece:
每个人;每件事:
a score of five all.
各得五分

(3)

So much:
非常:
I am all the better for that experience.
我对那样的经验很老道

习惯用语

all along
From the beginning; throughout:
始终;一直,一贯:
saw through the disguise all along.
我从一开始就看穿了那个伪装

all but
Nearly; almost:
差不多;几乎:
all but crying with relief.
快乐地差一点大叫起来

all in
Tired; exhausted.
疲惫的;极其困乏的

all in all
Everything being taken into account:
总的说来,总之:把所有都考虑在内:
All in all, the criticism seemed fair.
总的说来,这种批评听起来还算公平

all of【非正式用语】
Not more than:
不多于:
a conversation that took all of five minutes.
花了整整五分钟的谈话

all that【非正式用语】
To the degree expected.
那么,如此:达到所期望的程度地

at all

(1)

In any way:
根本:无论如何:
unable to walk at all.
根本没法走

(2)

To any extent; whatever:
丝毫,一点:无论在任何程度上;不管怎样:
not at all sorry.
一点也不后悔

语源

(1)

Middle English al
中古英语 al

(2)

from Old English eall * see al- 3
源自 古英语 eall *参见 al- 3

用法
The construction all that is used informally in questions and negative sentences to mean “to the degree expected,” as in I know it won an Oscar, but the film is not all that exciting. In an earlier survey, the Usage Panel rejected the use of this construction in formal writing. ·Sentences of the form All X's are not Y may be ambiguous. All of the departments did not file a report may mean that some departments did not file, or that none did. If the first meaning is intended, it can be unambiguously expressed by the sentence Not all of the departments filed a report. If the second meaning is intended, a paraphrase such as None of the departments filed a report or All of the departments failed to file a report can be used. Note that the same problem can arise with other universal terms like every in negated sentences, as in the ambiguous Every department did not file a report. See Usage Note at every
all that 这种句法作为非正式用语用于问句和否定句中,意思为“达到所期望的程度地”, 如我知道这部影片获了奥斯卡奖,但它并不那么激动人心 一句中。 在早先的一次调查中,用法使用小组不同意在正式书面语中用这一短语。All X's are not Y 类型的句子可能会造成歧义。 All of the departrnents did not file a report 可以指一些部门没有提出,也可以指没有一个部门提出。 如果指的是第一个意思,它可以通过以下这句话明确地表达出来,Not all of the departments file a report。 如果指的是第二个意思,如None of the departments file a report 或者 All of the departments failed to file a report 都可以把意思表达清楚。 注意这种情况在其他整体词如every 用在否定句时也会碰到, 如下面这个有歧义的句子Every department did not file a report 参见 every

现代英汉词典

all
[C:l]
adj.
所有的;全部的; 整个的
Don't eat all that bread!
别把那块面包都吃了!
Are all the students here today?
今天所有的学生都到了吗?

词性变化

all
pron., n.

(1)

每个人;全体;全部
He gave all he had.
他倾其所有。
All are agreed.
全体赞成。

(2)

(与of连用)整体;全部
It'll cost all of $500.
那东西要整整500 美元。

习惯用语

all in all
一般说来
All in all, her condition is greatly improved.
一般说来,她的健康状况大大好转。

all that
非常
Things aren't all that good.
事情并不那么顺利。

for all
仅管;虽然

for all one (knows)
就…所(知)

it was all one could do (not)
很难于(不)

once and for all
最后一次

词性变化

all
adv.

(1)

全部;全体
The road is all covered with snow.
道路全都被大雪覆盖。
He was dressed all in black.
他穿了一身黑。

(2)

更加;越发
With help we will finish all the sooner.
如能得到帮助,工作会更快完成。

(3)

各方
The score of the game is two all.
比赛结果是二比二平。

习惯用语

all along
自始至终

all but
几乎;差不多

all there
头脑清醒的:

not all there
头脑不清醒的

all the same
依然,仍然

all the same to
不作任何区别

all told
一共;总计

all up
(与with连用)
完了,全完了

at all

(1)

那一方面(都不),完全(不),全然(不)
I don't like him at all.
我一点儿也不喜欢他。
I'm not at all sorry I came, I'm glad!
我来了一点也不遗憾,我很高兴。

(2)

无论何时;从不
He doesn't smoke at all.
他从来不吸烟。

基本词义

along
[E5lRN; (?@) E5lCN]
prep.
沿着
We walked along the river.
我们沿着河走。

词性变化

along
adv.

(1)

往前;向前
Let us walk along.
让我们往前走。

(2)

共同;一起
I took my brother along.
我带着弟弟。

习惯用语

all along
始终;一直
I knew the truth all along.
真情我始终是清楚的。

along with
与…一道
Along with the letters there are answers written by people who are supposed to know how to solve such problems.
与这些读者来信一起还刊登对这些问题的回答,由那些被认为能够解决这些问题的人来撰写。

现代英汉综合大辞典

along
[E5lCN]
prep.

(1)

沿[顺]着

(2)

在...期间; 在...过程中

(3)

按照; 根据
We went for a walk along the shore.
我们沿着海岸散步。
Somewhere along the journey I lost my hat.
在旅游过程中我把帽子不知丢哪儿去了。

词性变化

along
[E5lCN]
adv.

(1)

沿, 成一行地

(2)

向前

(3)

一个传一个地

(4)

一道, 共同

(5)

和...一起(with)

(6)

[美](时间)晚

(7)

在手边, 随身带着

(8)

即将, 一会儿就
along about four o'clock.
约近四点钟。
Move along, please !
请向前走!
Pass the note along.
请将条子传过去。
A bill came along with the package.
清单与包裹一并到达。
The af ternoon was well along.
近傍晚了。
He took his umbrella along.
他随身带着伞。
Tell him I'll be along to see him.
告诉他我一会就去看他。

习惯用语

all along

(1)

沿着...的整个长度

(2)

一贯, 始终

allalong of
[方](完全)由于; (完全)因为

be along (to)
[口]来, 到(通常指短距离)

right along
[美口]不间断地; 自始至终, 一贯

along with
和...一起[一道], 随着; 除...以外(还)

美国传统词典

all
all
AHD:[?l]
D.J.[%8l]
K.K.[%l]
adj.

(1)

Being or representing the entire or total number, amount, or quantity:
All the windows are open. Deal all the cards.See Synonyms at whole

(2)

Constituting, being, or representing the total extent or the whole:
all Christendom.

(3)

Being the utmost possible of:
argued the case in all seriousness.

(4)

Every:
got into all manner of trouble.

(5)

Any whatsoever:
beyond all doubt.

(6)

Pennsylvania Finished; used up:
The apples are all.See Regional Note at gum band

(7)

Informal Being more than one:
Who all came to the party?See Regional Note at you-all
n.
The whole of one's fortune, resources, or energy; everything one has:
The brave defenders gave their all.
pron.

(1)

The entire or total number, amount, or quantity; totality:
All of us are sick. All that I have is yours.

(2)

Everyone; everything:
justice for all.
adv.

(1)

Wholly; completely:
a room painted all white; directions that were all wrong.

(2)

Each; apiece:
a score of five all.

(3)

So much:
I am all the better for that experience.

习惯用语

all along
From the beginning; throughout:
saw through the disguise all along.

all but
Nearly; almost:
all but crying with relief.

all in
Tired; exhausted.

all in all
Everything being taken into account:
All in all, the criticism seemed fair.

all ofInformal
Not more than:
a conversation that took all of five minutes.

all thatInformal
To the degree expected.

at all

(1)

In any way:
unable to walk at all.

(2)

To any extent; whatever:
not at all sorry.

语源

(1)

Middle English al

(2)

from Old English eall * see al- 3

用法
The construction all that is used informally in questions and negative sentences to mean “to the degree expected,” as in I know it won an Oscar, but the film is not all that exciting. In an earlier survey, the Usage Panel rejected the use of this construction in formal writing. ·Sentences of the form All X's are not Y may be ambiguous. All of the departments did not file a report may mean that some departments did not file, or that none did. If the first meaning is intended, it can be unambiguously expressed by the sentence Not all of the departments filed a report. If the second meaning is intended, a paraphrase such as None of the departments filed a report or All of the departments failed to file a report can be used. Note that the same problem can arise with other universal terms like every in negated sentences, as in the ambiguous Every department did not file a report. See Usage Note at every

英汉航海大词典

all along
adv.始终,一贯

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