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all in

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishall inˌall ˈin, all-in adjective, adverb British English  ALL/EVERYTHINGused to describe the total cost of something, or the total amount of money charged for something syn inclusiveall-in price/package/deal etc all-in deals to Australia and New Zealand The hourly rate is £20 all in.From Longman Business Dictionaryall-inˈall-in adjective British English an all-in rate or price is one that includes all services, parts etc, with no additional costsFor an all-in price of £990, investors get an annual subscription as well as the hardware and software required.all-in adverbThe holiday will cost you about £1000 a week, all-in.
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