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all-around

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishall-aroundˌall-aˈround adjective [only before noun]  American English good at doing many different things, especially sports syn all-round British English an all-around athlete
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all-aroundAs a kid, she was a superior all-around athlete, eventually gravitating to golf at age 14.a good all-around athleteAnd that likely would eliminate her from earning a spot in the individual all-around competition and possibly individual event finals.Anthony Mason had a big all-around game: 12 points, a game-high 13 rebounds, six assists.Rice is rated the better pass rusher, Hardy the better all-around player.Goltz has posted the best all-around score in the state this season and is favored to defend her all-around title.Expect Miller to contend for the individual all-around title.
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