the whole jingbang

the whole jingbang

Everything; the entirety of something. There's nothing more to tell you. That's the whole jingbang. While I'm in Europe, I want to go to Paris, London—the whole jingbang.
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the whole jingbang

the whole lot. informal
The origins of jingbang and its variant jimbang , both found only in this phrase, are uncertain.
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Among many other astronomical references, the novel mentions an upcoming solar eclipse (Chapter 8), Tycho's supernova of 1572 (Chapter 9), and the constellations of "the great bear and Hercules and the dragon, and the whole jingbang lot" (Chapter 10).