Idiom:  and all that jazz

Meaning 

Idiom:  and all that jazz

  • and all those other similar things related to what is being talking about


Example sentences

  • On the first day of class they’ll give you the syllabus, book list, tell you about tests and grading, and all that jazz.
  • I really love the holidays with the festive decorations, cheerful music and all that jazz.
  • The staff meeting was as boring as usual. After a couple of announcements, we went around updating everyone on what we're currently working on and all that jazz.

  • Have you made the catering arrangements and all that jazz for next week's conference?

  • I'd like the usual on my hamburger: mayonnaise, mustard, ketchup, onions, lettuce, pickles and all that jazz.
  • I'm bringing a grill and food, so if everyone wants to bring blankets, paper plates and all that jazz we can barbecue at the outdoor concert.
  • I'm an outdoors type of person. I love hiking, mountain climbing, camping and all that jazz.
  • She comes from a very wealthy family—you know, fancy cars, mansions with swimming pools, private jets and all that jazz.
  • The Farmers Market on Sunday is great. You'll find fresh fruits, herbs, vegetables and all that jazz.


Synonyms

  • et cetera, et cetera
  • and so on
  • and so forth
  • and the like
  • and what have you

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