Definition of all-around in English:

all-around

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adjective

(British all-round)
attributive
  • 1Having a great many abilities or uses; versatile.

    • ‘I've always aspired to be an all-around entertainer’
    adaptable, flexible, all-round, multifaceted, multitalented, multiskilled, many-sided, resourceful, protean
    1. 1.1In many or all respects.
      • ‘his all-around excellence’
  • 2On or from every side or in every direction.

    • ‘the car features good all-around visibility’

Pronunciation

all-around

/ˌôləˈround/ /ˌɔləˈraʊnd/

noun

(British all-round)
  • A gymnastic event in which the scores of each individual exercise are totaled to determine the winner.

    ‘Biles won world titles in all-around and floor exercise’
    • ‘In world championship all-arounds, he was 15th in ‘74, 12th in ‘78 and 18th in ‘79.’
    • ‘Again, the top eight in each event and top four all-arounds move up to the next level.’
    • ‘Six teams have qualified in each of the six regions in addition to five all-arounds not on a qualifying team and four individual event specialists from non-qualifying schools.’
    • ‘She not only won that all-around, but went on to win the next 4 all-arounds in which she was entered, and 6 out of the 8 total all-arounds in which she participated during the season.’
    • ‘Carly Patterson won the gold medal in the all-around competition.’

Pronunciation

all-around

/ˌôləˈround/ /ˌɔləˈraʊnd/