whole shebang : Idioms in English

whole shebang

The whole big deal
Considering that Marsha is known for her high end taste and fancy parties, the whole shebang she's planning for her parent's anniversary probably costs a fortune.

whole shebang Meaning(s)

  • (n) everything available; usually preceded by `the'

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    Recently, my total idiot of an editor soaked his iPhone in the ocean. He did the whole shebang with the bag of rice, then rinsed it, dabbed it with alcohol, threw it in rice again—and it worked! This allowed him to be thankful for all the hard work that Apple puts into its—whoops! Scratch that.
    on June 12, 2013 Source: North Bay Bohemian

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