and all that

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and all that

  1. (informal) Used at the end of a statement to insinuate that there is more information that can be inferred from the preceding.
    She listens to punk rock, screamo, death metal and all that.
    • 2022 November 29, Ian Mitchelmore, “Wales put out of World Cup misery by England as sobering tournament must signal changing of the guard”, in WalesOnline[1]:
      Harry Maguire's angry protests at not being awarded a corner gave those Welsh fans behind the goal immense pleasure. Small victories, and all that.


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