Definition of all-over in English:

all-over

Syllabification: all-ov·er

adjective

[attributive]
  • Covering the whole of something: a carpet with an all-over pattern
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    • At first each colour was in separate small cells, then in larger fields containing different colours juxtaposed and finally the whole surface was enamelled in all-over patterns including millefiori.
    • The long sandy sweeps of the French Riviera offer themselves up entirely, submissively, to Mediterranean beach culture, with its parasols, its all-over tans, its boring, endless games of beach tennis.
    • The solution in the airbrush contains self-tanner, bronzer and a moisturizer, and results in a perfectly even all-over tan.

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