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    "all but"

    "It's all but certain'' that Klinsmann will leave in the summer, Bild said.

    "How did a phrase that suggests the opposite of what it says ever come into currency?"

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    Post Re: "all but"

    Quote Originally Posted by stefan_kar View Post
    "It's all but certain'' that Klinsmann will leave in the summer, Bild said.
    all but = almost

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