Definition All the way to

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Definition

(There is traffic) all the way to (Paris): (There is traffic) on the road from here to, on the whole route to, the whole way to (Paris)
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(She walked) all the way from (Iceland to Paris): (She walked) from, the whole journey from, every step of the way from (Iceland to Paris)
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Examples

  • "All the way from.."
  • "You've come all the way from the planet Everythingisperfectia to find the funniest joke on Earth."
  • "And in the leopard-skin corner, all the way from the Amazon, Horatio "the anaconda" Oléré!"
  • "Bruno : Susie, I can carry you all the way to Phnom Penh!"
  • "I have chains all the way from London to Brighton, with another under construction in the U."
  • "Moira : Have they come all the way from the north of England?"
  • "They have traveled all the way from Europe to support their team."
  • "In the pink corner, all the way from Oxford, England, Brian "the butcher" Jones!"
  • "Susie : Finally, we do have one real journalist visiting us all the way from Scotland."
  • "Tatiana : Brian, you have come all the way to Russia."

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