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English idioms related to Amounts - Extent

Explore English idioms regarding extent with examples like "by a long shot" and "warts and all".

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tip of the iceberg
[phrase]
a very small difficulty or problem that is actually part of a much bigger and more serious problem
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Uncle Tom Cobley and all
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used for referring to a list of people or items that is frustratingly long
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(as) far as the eye can see
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until the point that one is capable of seeing
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across the board
[phrase]
affecting everyone or everything in a particular situation or group
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all and sundry
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everyone, not just a certain group of people
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bag and baggage
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with everything that one owns
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by a long shot
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used to convey how great the difference is between two things
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every mother's son
[phrase]
every single person from a specific group
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every Tom, Dick, and Harry
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all of the ordinary people
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everything but the kitchen sink
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a collection of many different things or items, often excessive or unnecessary, that includes almost everything that could be taken or brought along
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from A to Z
[phrase]
including every single detail
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right and left
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used when something happens or is done a lot
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on a biblical scale
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to a great degree
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the whole nine yards
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all that is possible, desirable, or available
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the world and his wife
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a very great number of people
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to one's fingertips
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in every possible way
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you name it
[sentence]
anything and everything one can possibly think of within a certain category
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to take sth up a notch
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to add to the quality or intensity of something
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back-of-the-envelope calculation
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a rough estimate or calculation done quickly and informally, often using basic methods or assumptions
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roots and all
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used to describe an examination of something that covers every aspect and detail
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warts and all
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in a way that includes all the flaws and imperfections, without any attempt to conceal them
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