and the rest

and the rest

1. A nonspecific phrase used to include things that are similar to that which is being discussed In this usage, the phrase can be extended to "all the rest of it." I need to find a stylist to do our hair and make-up and all the rest on the day of the wedding.
2. A phrase used to emphasize that something is really higher in number than one thinks. A: "I'm confident that we can get tickets for only $50." B: "And the rest."
See also: and, rest

and (all) the ˈrest (of it)

(spoken) used at the end of a list to mean everything else that you might expect to be on the list: After I’ve paid the rent, I’m left with only €40 a week to pay for food, clothes, travelling and all the rest of it.
See also: and, rest

and the ˈrest

(spoken) used to say that the actual amount or number of something is much higher than somebody has stated: ‘We’ve run up a cost of £250 ...’ ‘And the rest, and the rest!’
See also: and, rest
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