all in

Definition

The process of putting everything or all of a specific item into something. Items that can literally or figuratively be put all in to something include time, money, energy, or other resources. "Jill is reaping the benefits of going all in on energy stocks."

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You may want to go all in if you truly believe that there is no way that an investment could fail.

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I was all in and that meant that if I lost, I would lose everything and go home without a dime in my pocket.

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The man looked deeply into her eyes and told her his was all in he wasn't going anywhere, he was her's heart, body, mind and soul.

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