be all about somebody/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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