all to

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From expressions such as all to break, all to split, all to broken, formed from the incorrect division of words containing the prefix to- (e.g. all tobreak, all tosplit, all tobroken). More at to-.

Adverb[edit]

all to (comparative more all to, superlative most all to)

  1. (archaic) completely, totally.

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