- the entirety of a specified or implied class: she lost everything in the War
- a great deal, esp of something very important: she means everything to me
WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2020
eve•ry•thing /ˈɛvriˌθɪŋ/USA pronunciation pron.WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2020
- every single thing;
every particular of a total;
all: Put away everything on the floor.
eve•ry•thing (ev′rē thing′),USA pronunciation pron.
- every thing or particular of an aggregate or total;
- something extremely important:This news means everything to us.
- something that is extremely or most important:Money is his everything.
- 1350–1400; Middle English; see every, thing1
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everything /ˈɛvrɪθɪŋ/ pron
'everything' also found in these entries:
Brobdingnag - Gaia hypothesis - King - Midas - Pooh-Bah - Wesker - Yin and Yang - after - all - all-inclusive - altogether - analysis - anthropocentric - assbackwards - assure - ball - ball of wax - black - blur - book - breast - breeze - broke - button - cavil - clearly - content - creation science - credit - cut - despair - eat - egg - egocentric - egoism - emergency - enjoy - existence - fan - fat - feed bag - first - fluent - follow the leader - fulsome - good - hang on - heaven - hinge - hotsy-totsy