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and all that

And so forth; et cetera. Used to indicate nonspecific things that are similar or somehow related to that which is being discussed. I need to find a stylist to do our hair and makeup and all that on the day of the wedding. Yes, yes, take care and all that, I'll see you soon. Yeah, I'm going to do the wash and vacuum and all that over the weekend, don't worry.
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and (all) ˈthat

(British English, informal) and that sort of thing; and all the other things: My brother’s got a farm, with chickens, cows, pigs and all that.Her paintings are well done and all that, but I find them rather boring.
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