Ответ в теме: English idioms

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№27 to be all for — strongly in favour of, to want it to be so, definitely to want something
1. Mother, I’m all for Hubert sending his version to the papers. (J. Galsworthy)
2. “I’m ready to welcome what you call half the truth — the facts.” — “So am I. I’m all for it.” (J. Priestley)
3. Anthony was all for the open fields and his friends, Steve on the other hand took little notice of other children. (G. Gordon)