Everything - which is followed by a verb in the singular - is almost always translated by tutto: everything is ready in its place = tutto è pronto al suo posto. For examples and particular usages, see below.
- is everything all right?ogni cosa, tuttoyou mustn't believe everything you hearè tutto a posto? va tutto bene?they've eaten everything elsenon devi credere a tutto quello che sentimoney isn't everything he's got everything going for himhanno mangiato tutto il restoshe meant everything to him have you got your papers and everything?ha tutto dalla sua parteI like him and everything, but I wouldn't choose to go on holiday with him [informal]avete i documenti e tutto il resto?mi piace, è vero, ma non sceglierei mai di andare in vacanza con lui
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Grammar and usage help for Italian:
- Italian Grammar Notes for English speakers translating into Italian 1: ALL
- Italian Grammar Notes for English speakers translating into Italian 10: HER
- Italian Grammar Notes for English speakers translating into Italian 11: HIS
- Italian Grammar Notes for English speakers translating into Italian 12: IN
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