with everything

with everything (on it)

[of a sandwich] ordered with everything available on it, such as ketchup, mustard, onions, cheese, peppers, chili, lettuce, tomato, etc., as appropriate. Do you want it with everything? Give me a cheeseburger with everything on it.
See also: everything
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We wish you well with everything that you are doing and want to do everything we can to support you."
Only these two technologies are recognised as 4G by the International Telecommunications Union, with everything before being classed as branding of '3.5G' services by mobile networks.
The 12,000 s/f building includes a squash court, golf simulator, yoga, pilates and dance studio, toddler's playroom, arts and crafts room as well as an interactive center complete with everything from the last word in computer games to arcade favorites including PlayStations, air hockey and pinball.
We have a rivalry with everything else, like rugby, cricket, and any other team sport.
Yet as the old cliche goes, "the devil is in the details." In practice, making everything work with everything else, end to end, is still something of a challenge.
The Mississippi plate MARK923 sounds like the fervent plea from a stranded motorist in the breakdown lane: "But if you can do anything, have pity on us and help us." A driver in Louisiana with PROV 3-6 appears to hope for divine assistance in avoiding traffic jams: "In every course you take, have him in mind: I will see that your paths are smooth." And next time the rude behavior of a fellow motorist makes your blood boil, remember the admonition from another Louisiana plate, PHIL 4-8: "Finally brothers, fill your mind with everything that is true, everything that is noble, everything.that is good and pure, everything that we love and honor, and everything that can be thought virtuous or worthy of praise."
The Self, this perceiving Subject who puffs on and on, is, for all purposes, a palimpsest, interwoven with everything - literally everything - that can be thought or felt.
He said, 'The problem is it doesn't have enough resources to deal with everything. It has to say 'No' to a lot of cases.