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10. all hell breaks loose → all kidding aside

all hell breaks loose → all kidding asideall hell breaks loose → all kidding aside  all hell breaks loose (suddenly become violent and noisy): There was a fight in the bar and then all hell broke loose.

all hours (all the time, anytime): You will find him working at all hours these days.

hours (late, irregular times): You must stop coming home for meals at all hours.

all in a day’s work (a usual part of your job or activity): When you are a busboy, cleaning up after other people is all in a day’s work.

all in all (overall): All in all, it was a pleasant day on the beach.

in good time (when the time is right and not before): Be patient, you’ll receive it all in good time.

all in one piece (not injured or harmed, safely): He came back from the war all in one piece.

kidding aside: All Kidding aside, I think John is a good man, even though he is never on time.

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