(one's) all

(one's) all

The utmost of one's energy, effort, time, or resources. It doesn't matter whether you win the race or not, just go out there and give it your all! If you aren't willing to put in your all, then there's no reason to start up your own company to begin with. I gave it my all and still came up short—that's what really hurts.
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your ˈall

everything you have: The team gave their all in the game on Saturday.
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/just the same
Notwithstanding; nevertheless.
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