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British pronunciation/ˈɔːl ðə wˈeɪ/
American pronunciation/ˈɔːl ðə wˈeɪ/
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in a complete manner

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all the way definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "all the way" and when to use it?

The idiom "all the way" is a straightforward idiomatic expression that originates from its literal meaning. It is derived from the idea of going the entire distance or completing a journey without stopping or quitting. This expression is now used to emphasize that something is done completely, fully, or without compromise. It suggests a commitment to seeing a task through to its conclusion.

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to the goal

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not stopping short of sexual intercourse

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They supported him all the way through his challenging recovery process.
The little girl decided to skip all the way to the playground, giggling as she went.
Last year, their blockbuster movie had them laughing all the way to the bank with record-breaking box office earnings.
She tumbled headlong down the hill, laughing all the way.
The project was a success because everyone worked diligently all the way to meet the deadline.
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