at all
[at all]
  1. (used for emphasis) in any way; to any extent.
    "I don't like him at all"
    • added at the end of an utterance for emphasis.
      "what is the matter with you at all?"
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How to use at all in a sentence?
what is the matter with you at all?.
I don't like him at all.
How to say at all in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans Glad nie
Arabic إطلاقًا
Bangla একেবারেই
Bosnian (Latin) nikako
Bulgarian Съвсем
Cantonese (Traditional) 完全
Catalan en tots els
Chinese Simplified 完全
Chinese Traditional 完全
Croatian nikako
Czech Vůbec
Danish Overhovedet
Dutch helemaal
Estonian Üldse
Fijian ena veika kece
Filipino sa lahat
Finnish Ollenkaan
French Pas du tout
German Überhaupt
Greek Καθόλου
Haitian Creole nan tout
Hebrew בכלל
Hindi बिलकुल
Hmong Daw kiag li
Hungarian egyáltalán
Icelandic Ekkert
Indonesian Sama sekali
Italian Per niente
Japanese 全然です
Kiswahili Kabisa
Klingon jIp
Korean 전혀
Latvian vispār
Lithuanian visiškai
Malagasy amin' ny rehetra
Malay (Latin) sama sekali
Maltese xejn affattu
Norwegian Bokmål i det hele tatt
Persian کلاً
Polish W ogóle
Portuguese Absolutamente
Querétaro Otomi Jar absoluto
Romanian deloc
Russian Совсем
Samoan i mea uma
Serbian (Cyrillic) уопште
Serbian (Latin) uopšte
Slovak vôbec
Slovenian sploh
Spanish En absoluto
Swedish Överhuvudtaget
Tahitian i te mau
Tamil எப்போதும்
Telugu అన్ని
Thai ทั้งหมด
Tongan 'i he me'a kotoa pe
Turkish Asla
Ukrainian Зовсім
Urdu بلکل بھی
Vietnamese Trong tất cả
Welsh O gwbl
Yucatec Maya Tu absoluto
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