(spoken) used to say that you are very willing for somebody to have something or do something: ‘Can I smoke?’ ‘By all means.’ ♢ ‘Do you think I could borrow this dictionary?’ ‘Yes, by all means.’.
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by all means definition: 1. used to give permission: 2. used to give permission: 3. yes, certainly. Learn more.
By all means adds emphasis to the speaker’s point. People often use this to emphasize that they truly mean what they say. It also is a polite way to encourage someone to take advantage of an offer without feeling guilty about it.
Define by all means. by all means synonyms, by all means pronunciation, by all means translation, English dictionary definition of by all means. v. meant, mean·ing, means v. tr. 1. a. To be used to convey; denote: "'The question is,' said Alice, 'whether you can make words mean so many different.
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