Meaning of all-or-none in English:

all-or-none

Pronunciation /ˌɔːlɔːˈnʌn/

adjective

another way of saying all-or-nothing
‘No, it's not as though if was an all-or-none thing, the increase was about 25% over the average, over the cycle.’
  • ‘Instead of this all-or-none attitude, what is required of the contemporary practitioner is a realistic mindset that is open to possibilities and yet rigorously respectful of much needed scientific evidence.’
  • ‘Remember that nothing in bodybuilding is an all-or-none proposition.’
  • ‘The moral seems to be that it's smarter to spend your lobbying dollars at the state level than to risk it in an all-or-none federal bill.’
  • ‘Instead of all-or-none categorizing, some have urged that degrees, or severity, of alcoholism be identified.’
  • ‘However, the scatter plot of gene density versus Alu density showed that this is not an all-or-none phenomenon.’
  • ‘Weinstein concluded that after his stroke Wilson tended to reduce ‘complex issues to all-or-none questions of right and wrong, and of morality or immorality.’’
  • ‘Forced unfolding experiments performed on fibronectin, tenascin, and titin, showed these modular proteins to unfold domain after domain but only in an all-or-none event with no intermediate states.’
  • ‘For example, if you put in an order to buy 2,000 shares of XYZ but only 1,000 are being sold, an all-or-none restriction means your order will not be filled until there are at least 2,000 shares available at your preferred price.’
  • ‘A percentage is determined by applying an all-or-none rule at the patient level.’