In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1to be all in — estar hecho polvo informal
1the trip cost £200 all in — el viaje salió (por) £200 en total / con todo incluido
1(price) total(price) con todo incluido
- So for an all-in cost of £7.35, two satisfied customers left noting that there was good wheelchair access.
- The second was a roller-coaster ride in which the opening stages were a gentle trundle followed by an all-in death slide as the game reached a dramatic and totally unexpected denouement.
- Many insurers provide all-in insurance packages for self-builders and premiums are about €3,000 for an average-sized project.
- The festival will be rounded off on Sunday with a free and easy all-in open session.
- It was a signal for the game's first all-in brawl.
- Guests pay an all-in sum, and can then treat the place like home.
- Admission to Sunday's events including the evening performance will have an all-in cost of £15.
- Shopping around is the key to obtaining the best car loan rates and all-in cost.
- An expert fitting service is also provided in the all-in cost.
- For an all-in fee I can insure my car and get breakdown cover at the same time for both the UK an Europe.
- The all-in cost of meal and show is €30 or if you just want to go along for the music the charge is €10, payable at the door.
- We were losing money and we took the decision to do an all-in drinks promotion.
- The draw is at the Bay Horse in Tadcaster at 8.30 am with tickets costing £15 all-in.
- This after a game that involved an all-in brawl, accusations of witch-craft and sorcery, and police brutality on a visiting national soccer squad.
- The new-look hostel will replace the all-in dorms with 34 beds in smaller individual bedrooms that could be occupied privately by couples or families.
- And yet, how unexpected, how unpredictable, that portrait of the rebel against the all-in performance culture seems when we look at it now.
- People like the all-in price - it means they know where they stand.
- The substitute prop had not long been on the field when he was sent off by the referee for his part in an all-in brawl that spilled over onto the running track beside the Huntington Stadium pitch.
- It's hard to beat the value of an all-in dive package from a tour operator, but if you are looking for total flexibility, arranging independent holidays is becoming increasingly easy.
- Hot food, usually an all-in stew, might be brought up in insulated ‘hay boxes’ after dark, and both sides often enjoyed cooked breakfast, frying tinned bacon or sausages in front-line trenches.
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