Student or Learner
What is the meaning of "all about" in the following sentences ?
Itís all about money these days.
They forgot all about everything else.
They'd forgotten all about poor Harry.
(Not a Teacher)
In the 2nd and 3rd sentences, you could replace 'all about' with something like 'totally', 'completely', or 'entirely'. Of course, you'll need to rearrange the sentences a little.
The 1st sentence means "Money is the most important thing these days." I can't really think of a replacement for 'all about' in that sentence.