all there

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English[edit]

Adjective[edit]

all there

  1. (colloquial) mentally competent; not absentminded
    Is he all there?
    I don't think he's all there...
    I think he's not all there...

Usage notes[edit]

In the negative, "not all there", it means "mentally incompetent; of low intelligence; absentminded".

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