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and all

1. Along with other things of the same kind; all the rest; and so forth; et cetera. To buy my plane ticket around the world, I had to sell everything I owned—house, car, and all!
2. Used parenthetically at the end of a statement or remark to create a pause in speech, often carrying a degree of trivialization for that which is being discussed or remarked upon. If you love me and all, please stop going out every night.
3. In addition; too; as well. Used at the end of a clause for emphasis. Primarily heard in UK. These politicians think we believe them and all, but I wouldn't trust them as far as I can throw them.
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and all that

Along with the rest; and so forth; et cetera. Yes, yes, take care and all that, I'll see you soon.
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