en bloc

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From French en bloc.

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en bloc (not comparable)

  1. As a whole; all at once; all together.
    • 2010, Naomi Oreskes; Erik M. Conway, quoting Russell Seitz, chapter 5, in Merchants of Doubt:
      The nation's 50 million smokers remain at liberty to vote en bloc for a fussbudget-free Congress. Are the polls ready to accommodate smokers?

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