- adverb used in recording the score to show that a side’s innings has been brought to an end through the dismissal of its batsmen by the bowling side. In a literal sense, the term is inaccurate, since a side is ‘all out’ once ten of its eleven batsmen have been dismissed or have retired.
- adjective (written as all-out)complete or very serious
Idiom of “all out”
with all one’s effort; singlemindedly