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eve·ry·thing / ˈevrēˌ[unvoicedth]ing/ • pron. 1. all things; all the things of a group or class: he taught me everything I know. ∎  the most important thing or aspect: money isn't everything. 2. the current situation; life in general: everything is going okay. PHRASES: and everything inf. used to refer vaguely to other things associated with what has been mentioned: you'll still get paid and everything.

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everything everything has an end no condition lasts for ever; proverbial saying recorded from the late 14th century.

See also everything in the garden is lovely, a place for everything, there is a time and place for everything.

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