Definition of all-in-one in English:

all-in-one

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adjective

[attributive]
Combining two or more items or functions in a single unit: an all-in-one shampoo/conditioner
More example sentences
  • The compact, all-in-one unit has a lead-free motherboard.
  • It's become something of a trend in the industry to wrap up a variety of security functions in all-in-one security appliances.
  • An all-in-one unit that stores everything from your computer to CDs, books and files is the perfect solution where your room has to serve two purposes.

noun

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A garment that takes the place of two or more other garments.
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  • The dancers wore silver all-in-ones, headdresses and these codpieces on top of their trousers like in A Clockwork Orange.
  • Jackets start at £35, trousers at £65 and all-in-ones at £110.
  • There were lots of lovely men there wearing footie kit, rugby kit and some strange tight-fitting gymnastics all-in-ones.

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