There are 2 main translations of all in in Spanish:

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all in 1

adjective

  • [colloquial] (predicative) to be all in
    estar molido [colloquial]
    estar hecho polvo [colloquial]

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There are 2 main translations of all in in Spanish:

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all in 2

adverb

  • (British English) the trip cost £200 all in
    el viaje salió (por) £200 en total or con todo incluido

also: all-in adjective (before noun)

(especially British English)
  • (price)
    con todo incluido
    Example sentences
    • Admission to Sunday's events including the evening performance will have an all-in cost of £15.
    • So for an all-in cost of £7.35, two satisfied customers left noting that there was good wheelchair access.
    • The draw is at the Bay Horse in Tadcaster at 8.30 am with tickets costing £15 all-in.

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