English version

the whole shebang

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe whole shebangthe whole shebanginformalALL/EVERYTHING the whole thing It’s a big project, and she’s in charge of the whole shebang. shebang
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the whole shebangNaturally Spiritualized crank the whole shebang into life without a word.We'll have to take the table, chairs, dishes, silverware - the whole shebang.
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