Definition of 'all-time'
Example sentences containing 'all-time'
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Public trust in charities has crashed to an all-time low. The Sun (2017)IT has been a sad year for music with many all-time greats passing away. The Sun (2016)Then admitted he was gutted to lose the club's all-time goalscoring record. The Sun (2017)What's her all-time favourite product launch? Times, Sunday Times (2016)The group's most recent data shows that phishing is at an all-time high. Computing (2010)Drug deaths in Britain are an at all-time high. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I am 34 and at an all-time low. The Sun (2016)But his chance to be an all-time great has bit the dust. The Sun (2014)Who is your favourite all-time celebrity dancer? The Sun (2012)The list of all-time gloomy hits is depressingly long. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Financial giving is at an all-time high. Christianity Today (2000)That was another all-time record in the heptathlon. The Sun (2012)Some firms have hit all-time lows in the credit crunch and are set for a rebound. The Sun (2009)This is one of my all-time favourites. The Sun (2012)So where does that goal rank on his all-time list? Times, Sunday Times (2009)England know what an all-time low is like. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I think it will mean that the interest will be at an all-time high. The Sun (2009)Talking of films, my all-time favourite is. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We lost an all-time great. The Sun (2011)Three weeks to the day after the increase was implemented, oil prices struck an all-time record. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Local Hero is my all-time favourite film. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Victory in the final would confirm him as one of cricket's all-time great leaders. The Sun (2015)My all-time favourite holiday was a family trip to Borneo. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She's one of my top two all-time great beauties. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It's one of my all-time favourite places. Times, Sunday Times (2008)While more buttons become undone, his strides are at all-time high. The Sun (2014)They are still finding it hard to work as a team, and their relationship with the villagers plummets to an all-time low. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I'm just concerned her confidence is at an all-time low. The Sun (2011)And while that legendary trio will always rank highly on the all-time greats list, it is difficult and unfair to compare them with the current generation. The Sun (2009)
Translations for 'all-time'
British English: all-time ADJECTIVE
You use all-time when you are comparing all the things of a particular type that there have ever been.
The president's popularity nationally is at an all-time low.
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