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(all) for someone or something

Fig. (completely) in favor of someone or something; supporting someone or something. I'm all for your candidacy. I'm for the incumbent in the upcoming election.

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(some) days running and for (some) weeks running; for (some) months running; for (some) years running days in a series; months in a series; etc. (The some can be any number.) I had a bad cold for five days running. For two years running, I brought work home from the office every night.

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(some) years running Go to for (some) days running.

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/in fun
As a joke; playfully.

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/to all intents and purposes
In every practical sense; practically: To all intents and purposes the case is closed.
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