all but
[all but]
DEFINITION
  1. very nearly.
    "the subject was all but forgotten"
    • all except.
      "we have support from all but one of the networks"
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How to use all but in a sentence?
we have support from all but one of the networks.
the subject was all but forgotten.
How to say all but in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans almal maar
Arabic لكن كل
Bangla ছাড়া
Bosnian (Latin) Sve osim
Bulgarian но всички
Cantonese (Traditional) 所有, 但
Catalan tots, però
Chinese Simplified 所有, 但
Chinese Traditional 所有, 但
Croatian sve, ali
Czech Všichni ale
Danish alle, men
Dutch alles behalve
Estonian Kõik peale
Fijian kece ia
Filipino lahat ngunit
Finnish kaikki vaan
French tout sauf
German alles andere als
Greek όλα, αλλά
Haitian Creole tout men
Hebrew הכל מלבד
Hindi सभी लेकिन
Hmong Daw xwb, tab sis
Hungarian minden, de
Icelandic allt nema
Indonesian Semua tapi
Italian tutti, ma
Japanese すべてが
Kiswahili lakini yote
Klingon Hoch 'ach
Korean 제외한 모든
Latvian visiem, bet
Lithuanian Visi, bet
Malagasy nefa rehetra
Malay (Latin) Semua tetapi
Maltese kollha imma
Norwegian Bokmål alle men
Persian اما
Polish ale wszystkie
Portuguese Mas todos
Querétaro Otomi nga̲tho, pe
Romanian Dar toate
Russian но все
Samoan tagata uma ae
Serbian (Cyrillic) све то, али
Serbian (Latin) sve to, ali
Slovak ale všetky
Slovenian vse, vendar
Spanish todos, pero
Swedish alla utom
Tahitian Tera ra, te mau
Tamil ஆனால்
Telugu అన్నీ కానీ
Thai ทั้งหมดแต่
Tongan kotoa
Turkish tüm ama
Ukrainian але все
Urdu لیکن
Vietnamese Tất cả, nhưng
Welsh pob un ond
Yucatec Maya Tuláakal, ba'ale'
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