alle sein

Meanings

1.
be empty, be out of stock
2.
be exhausted
(You're "empty" basically.)

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Word of the Day - "alle"

A fun look at the meaning of "alle" and how one word can be "empty" and "all" at the same time. And we'll learn when to use "alle" and "ganze".

Vocab:

alle, ganze, alles in allem, all die


Word Family

Root\: unknown (or not yet entered)

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