- 1(with a singular verb)
- 2all things Everything was gone. When we confronted him, he denied everything. Take this bag, and leave everything else to me. She seemed to have everything—looks, money, intelligence.
- 3the situation now; life generally Everything in the capital is now quiet. “How's everything with you?” “Fine, thanks.”
- 4the most important thing Money isn't everything. My family means everything to me. Idioms
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and so on; and other similar things Do you have his name and address and everything? She told me about the baby and everything.
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