English version

go all out

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgo all outgo all outto try very hard to do or get somethinggo all out for We’re going all out for victory in this afternoon’s game.go all out to do something The company will be going all out to improve on last year’s sales. go
Examples from the Corpus
go all outOn my last day as head of the mess Sanborn and his staff went all out.The Bordeaux exhibition goes all out for an abundance of images.The poplars and fireweed have gone all out for flight, compromises be damned.Well, you have to go all out for it.Marketers go all out for these events.If Hal went all out, he could win any one of them; but that would be bad for morale.If Lynne Perrie wants something she believes in going all out to get it.Three, you went all out to persuade me to call Sandy to break the news about Ed's murder.
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