be all about (someone, something, or oneself)(redirected from be all about (oneself, someone or something))
be all about (someone, something, or oneself)
1. To be focused on someone or something as the subject or topic. This documentary is all about the fashion industry. I think the book is really all about the ways that we deceive ourselves.
2. To be completely preoccupied with oneself. She's all about herself these days, so I doubt she even heard a word you said.
3. To be passionate about or very much in favor of someone or something. Yes I'd like one! I'm all about getting free stuff! I never liked them as a group, but I'm all about their solo projects.
See also: all
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be all about somebody/something(informal) used to describe the subject or purpose of something: This book is all about Greece. ♢ Now then, what’s this all about (= what is the problem)? ♢ It’s all about money these days.
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