In their entirety - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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in its/their entirety
Totally or completely. Darn, I was hoping to get a piece of cake, but it looks like it's been eaten in its entirety. A: "Did you finish the books in their entirety? In just one week?" B:"Yes! It's such a good series!"
in its entirety and in their entirety
completely; until completely done or gone. I watched the basketball game in its entirety. My friends and I ate the two large pizzas in their entirety.
in its/their enˈtirety as a whole, rather than in parts: The poem is too long to quote in its entirety.
References in periodicals archive
All tricks and challenges must be filmed in their entirety
to get points.
The FTC rejecting the idea said that nothing in the language, structure of legislative history, could be interpreted to displace state protections of teenagers' online privacy in their entirety