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    "to be all over the place"

    Can anyone tell me what this means exactly?

    cheers,


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    Re: "to be all over the place"

    Depends on your context.

    Her things were all over the place = her things were spread around

    I don't know. Today I am all over the place = unfocused, lacking a clear pattern, inconsistent.

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