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(all) rolled into one

Combined into a single entity. That restaurant is like nowhere I've ever been. It's like a diner, an aquarium, and a magic show rolled into one. My boss expects me to be a receptionist, personal assistant, and office manager all rolled into one.
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(all) rolled into one

(of characteristics drawn from different people or things) combined in one person or thing.
1907 George Bernard Shaw Major Barbara My methods…would be no use if I were Voltaire, Rousseau, Bentham, Mill, Dickens, Carlyle, Ruskin, George, Butler, and Morris all rolled into one.
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(all) rolled into ˈone

several qualities/things combined in one place, person, object, etc: It’s a penknife, scissors, corkscrew all rolled into one.He’s a writer, scientist and journalist rolled into one.
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Why, he'd a-cut a swath through the free an' easy big business gamblers an' pirates of them days; just as he cut a swath through the hearts of the ladies when he went gallopin' past on that big horse of his, sword clatterin', spurs jinglin', his long hair fiyin', straight as an Indian, clean-built an' graceful as a blue-eyed prince out of a fairy book an' a Mexican caballero all rolled into one; just as he cut a swath through the Johnny Rebs in Civil War days, chargin' with his men all the way through an' back again, an' yellin' like a wild Indian for more.
I knew of their guilt though, and I determined that I should be judge, jury, and executioner all rolled into one. You'd have done the same, if you have any manhood in you, if you had been in my place.
my strength my weakness all rolled into one. I wish you the best year ever..
Atherton Collieries secretary Emil Anderson described White as: "Defender, goalscorer, penalty taker, referee, assistant referee and diplomat all rolled into one. A colossus".
Prince Charles is Dimbleby, Wogan and Churchill all rolled into one. And he only lives round the corner so he could walk to work" - Broadcaster Chris Evans.
SIR ALEX Ferguson insists Dimitar Berbatov has what it takes to become Eric Cantona and Wayne Rooney all rolled into one superstar.
Lloyd said: "We've come up into the Premier League and we've drawn Man United, Liverpool and Arsenal all rolled into one. It is a very difficult task, but it is not impossible."
With an impressive live pedigree spanning 17 years of jazz and swing festivals and a collection of albums, The Jive Aces combine the beat, energy and enthusiasm of rock 'n' roll and the fun and rhythm of big band swing all rolled into one.
DON'S A MIX between Billy the Kid, Captain Jack Sparrow, and Bruce Leroy all rolled into one. The guy was born into this world fighting, smoking, drinking, and cussing.
DESPITE writing the theme tune from The Sopranos, acid-cowboys Alabama 3 are still playing small venues, still wearing Stetsons, still speaking in phoney American accents, and still pretending to be Hank Williams, Happy Mondays and So Solid Crew all rolled into one. In short, they look like a bunch of middle-aged men on their way to a fancy dress party.
The old boy is a true hero and last night was my Derby/Blue Riband/St Leger all rolled into one.
about a physical art form called capoeira--a dance language, and martial art all rolled into one. Capoeira was developed by African s ayes in Brazil some 500 years ago and consists of controlled, fluid movements as welt as aggressive gestures including kicks and thrusts.
Then, Ali had the standing of Tiger Woods, David Beckham and Michael Schumacher all rolled into one. He was the most famous sportsman in the world then, and probably of all time.
Kingsley Jones today recalled the horrors of Wales' infamous 1998 tour to South Africa, and said: 'It was my proudest and worst rugby day all rolled into one.'