- 1All things; all the things of a group or class: he taught me everything I know herbal cures for everything from leprosy to rheumatismMore example sentences
- It's a presentation with drama and music and then I wind everything together at the end of the night.
- With the edges aligned, the stapler is then used to fasten everything together at the top left corner.
- We created everything we did together and, yes, sometimes it was very stressful.
- 1.1All things of importance; a great deal: I lost everything in the crash he owed everything to his years in MunichMore example sentences
- The victory at Wembley owes everything to the determination and action of the sacked workers.
- He described it as a debut, but in truth he owed everything to his decade of experience.
- Many people sacrificed everything to secure us the vote, and we owe to them to use it.
- 1.2The most important thing or aspect: money isn’t everythingMore example sentences
- She says money isn't everything, but it remains the key to unlocking aspirations.
- The first is that money is not everything when it comes to getting your message across.
- 2The current situation; life in general: how’s everything? everything is going okayMore example sentences
- The wind was also a bit stronger compared to this morning but generally everything went ok.
- The network problem must have screwed up a couple of sectors on the disk, but everything's okay now.
- Pete got out and went to the back of our van and the two were talking amicably and I thought everything was okay.
- • informal Used to refer vaguely to other things associated with what has been mentioned: you’ll still get paid and everythingMore example sentences
- She hadn't got a break planned what with the wedding preparations and everything.
- My dad and I were talking about life, the universe and everything over the weekend.
- I could see you all and I was shouting and everything but no words would come out.