to crown it all

to crown it all
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (general) (United Kingdom)
a. para colmo (something negative)
You've been late every day this week, and to crown it all, you've lost us the big account.Llegaste tarde al trabajo todos los días esta semana, y para colmo, nos hiciste perder la cuenta más importante.
b. como si fuera poco
Carmen's husband is quite the catch. He's handsome, funny, and to crown it all, he's a doctor.El esposo de Carmen es buen partido. Es guapo, gracioso, y como si fuera poco, es médico.
c. encima de todo
I spilled coffee on myself this morning, I missed the bus, and to crown it all, I failed my physics exam.Me tiré café esta mañana, me dejó el bus, y encima de todo, reprobé el examen de física.
d. para rematar (something negative)
I got fired, my girlfriend broke up with me, and to crown it all, I've been kicked out of my flat.Me despidieron del trabajo, mi novia rompió conmigo, y para rematar, me echaron del apartamento.
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