all for (someone or something)

all for (someone or something)

In full favor or support of someone or something. I'm all for eating healthy foods, but I just can't stand the taste of broccoli. A: "The project needs a serious overhall." B: "Look, we're all for it, but it all depends on whether or not the boss agrees." Pretty much everyone you talk to seems all for the new mayor, so she must be doing a good job.
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all for

Completely in favor of something or someone, as in I'm all for eating before we leave, or The players are all for the new soccer coach. This colloquial phrase was first recorded in 1864.
See also: all
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