all-time

all-time
all-time [ˈɔ:lˈtaɪm]
1. adjective
sans précédent
• he's my all-time favourite c'est mon préféré
• "Casablanca" is one of the all-time greats « Casablanca » est l'un des plus grands films de tous les temps
• he's one of the all-time greats il fait partie des plus grands
• all-time record record m absolu
• the pound has reached an all-time low la livre a atteint le niveau le plus bas jamais enregistré
• to be at an all-time low être au plus bas
2. adverb
• an all-time best performance un record personnel
• John's all-time favourite artist l'artiste préféré de John
* * *
['ɔːltaɪm]
adjective [record] absolu

the all-time greats — (people) les grands mpl

all-time high — record m absolu

to be at an all-time low — [person, morale] être au plus bas; [figures, shares] n'avoir jamais été plus bas


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  • all-time — (adj.) during recorded time, 1910, American English, from ALL (Cf. all) + TIME (Cf. time) (n.). Earlier it had been used in a sense full time, of employment, or in opposition to one time (1883) …   Etymology dictionary

  • all-time — adj used when you compare things to say that one of them is the best, worst etc that there has ever been an all time high/low ▪ The price of wheat had reached an all time low. ▪ They reached an all time record score …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • all-time — all ,time adjective only before noun used for comparing someone or something with all the other people or things of the same type that have ever existed: Bogart has got to be one of the all time greats. Interest rates are at an all time high …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • all-time — all′ time adj. 1) never equaled or surpassed: Production will reach an all time high[/ex] 2) regarded as such in its entire history: an all time favorite song Etymology: 1910–15 …   From formal English to slang

  • all-time — [ôl′tīm΄] adj. unsurpassed up to the present time [an all time record] …   English World dictionary

  • all-time — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ hitherto unsurpassed: the all time record …   English terms dictionary

  • all-time — [adj] unsurpassed and permanent best, champion, enduring, everlasting, perpetual; concepts 574,798 …   New thesaurus

  • all-time — adjective unsurpassed in some respect up to the present (Freq. 1) prices at an all time high morale at an all time low among the all time great lefthanders • Similar to: ↑incomparable, ↑uncomparable * * * ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ …   Useful english dictionary

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