Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
all the way (down/across/over)
all the wayall the way downall the way acrossall the way over
1) complete an action to the end, usually indicating a great length
How to MemorizePopularity HighProfessional HighSocial
go all the way down/across/over
If you 'go all the way', you reach the end of something, whether it is a journey or a task. When you add prepositions like 'down', 'across', 'over', you indicate the direction it takes to reach the end. This is popular phrase in all contexts, social or professional.
Social Examples (Basic)
They ran all the way downto the store and back.
They swamall the way across the riverto the other side.
He threw the ballall the way over the wall, so the kids couldn't get it.
Professional Examples (Basic)
Okay, everyone. I need you to show me you can go all the way and beat all your sales targets.
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