Definition of all-rounder in English:

all-rounder

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noun

British
  • A versatile person or thing, especially a cricketer who can both bat and bowl well.
    More example sentences
    • Choose from batsmen, bowlers, all-rounders or a new wicket keeper - whatever is needed to take your side to the top.
    • Extra incentives will also be made to the best performing individuals with cash prizes of up to £1, 500 going to the best performing batsmen, bowlers and all-rounders.
    • He was a talented all-rounder, bowling his leg breaks off a very long run up.

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