todo entero

A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (general)
a. whole
Qué hambre. Me voy a comer el pescado todo entero, desde la cola hasta la cabeza.I'm so hungry, I'm going to eat the whole fish, from head to tail.
b. completely
La Biblia dice que Jesucristo se entregó todo entero a Dios nuestro Señor.The Bible says that Jesus Christ gave himself completely to our Father the Lord.
c. all
¿Leíste ese artículo? - Empecé a hacerlo, pero no pude leerlo todo entero porque tenía que ir a trabajar.Did you read that article? - I started to, but I wasn’t able to read all of it because I had to go to work.
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