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—— and all

Definition of —— and all in English:

1Used to emphasize something additional that is being referred to: she threw her coffee over him, mug and all
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  • She climbed into her bed, clothes and all, and went to sleep.
  • We don't want to miss the start, so we head to the gig, bags and all, leaving the baffled hotel staff in the dust.
  • He grabbed his plate and hurled it, food and all, against the wall.
1.1 informal As well: get one for me and all
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  • I know he still really cares for me and all, but it's like, painful for him to think about other me with other guys.
  • He'd never pick me, being his son and so young and all.
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