Idiom: at all
idiom: at all idiom
- in any condition or way
- to any degree or extent
- My adviser was not at all happy with my research paper.
- I can’t eat peanuts at all because I have a severe allergy to them.
- My parents don't let me watch television at all during the week.
- To be honest I don't like your girlfriend at all—she's obnoxious, needy and a very jealous person.
- I should have just stayed at home rather than going to the game because everyone stood up and the people in front of me were so tall that I couldn't see anything at all.
- My Spanish really improved this summer because you couldn't speak English at all, neither in class nor with your host family.
- I literally came back from the dead because after lightning struck me they couldn't find my heartbeat at all.
- The test wasn't hard at all, I got 100 percent of the answers correct.
- If you can hear me, please hang up and call again. The line's so bad I can't hear you at all.
- Sorry, but Mr. Jackson is away on holiday and he was very clear that he wanted a break from work and we shouldn't contact him at all.
- at any point
- by any chance
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