give (something) (one's) all(redirected from give something your all)
give (something) (one's) all
To put forth or utilize the utmost of one's energy, effort, time, and/or resources toward some task, activity, or pursuit. It doesn't matter whether you win the race or not, just go out there and give it your all! I gave this company my all, and now you're telling me I'm fired? Even though she gave her all, her café just wasn't doing enough business to stay open.
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