English version

pull out all the stops

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpull out all the stopspull out all the stopsWORK HARDto do everything you possibly can to make something happen and succeed The hospital staff pulled out all the stops to make sure the children had a wonderful day. stop
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pull out all the stopsSoap bosses pulled out all the stops so football fever could infect Albert Square.There were occasions when Bloomsbury House pulled out all the stops on behalf of children who were clearly gifted - usually in the arts.CafÄ Pinot is pulling out all the stops with its four-course aphrodisiac menu.Judith Milner, a Healthcare consultant from Leeds pulls out all the stops when it comes to selling the range of services.Lott pulled out all the stops.They gave me a great leaving party - they really pulled out all the stops.Fred's pulling out all the stops for his daughter's wedding.Miss Pickering's pulled out all the stops this time.If we pull out all the stops we should still be able to meet our deadline.We pulled out all the stops and gave the company a response in record time.
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