English version

carry all/everything before you

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcarry all/everything before youcarry all/everything before youliterarySUCCESSFUL to be completely successful in a struggle against other people carry
Examples from the Corpus
carry all/everything before youFor much of 1981 and early 1982 the Social Democrats seemed to carry all before them.Hollywood had carried all before it but even the Hollywood product was fairly diversified.Neath carried all before them in winning the inaugural Heineken League last season - or did they?The conventional view, then as now, was that Lanfranc had carried all before him in asserting the rights of Canterbury.
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