- n. Plural form of all-in-one.
“Patently, rompers or all-in-ones are meant for the under-10s or those of us in later years with incontinence issues.”
“Lenovo's releasing a wide range of tablet-style device here at the show, including one called "Le Pad" along with all-in-ones and more.”
“Beautiful, with flashing eyes and jutting chin, her wild, scattershot style – she favours bright colours, African and Asian prints, hoodies, all-in-ones and has modelled for Marc Jacobs – is accessorised by wild, scattershot statements.”
“There's an incredible range here from all-in-ones to jackets, light shells, sweaters and simple ski pants.”
“Instead of trying to choose between organic cotton all-in-ones (AIOs), hemp prefolds or fleece pocket diapers (see video on Fuzzi Bunz), I decided to avoid the 10 to 20 dollar investment per diaper and purchase a medley of already-used reusables.”
“Take a look at our laptop and desktop Ratings (available to subscribers only) to see how Atom and other low-end processors affect systems like all-in-ones and other full-blown computers. —”
“Canon recently introduced a few new printers, including all-in-ones and snapshots.”
“But the elastic on diapers that have it, such as fitted, pocket, and all-in-ones, will wear out faster when used with a wet pail.”
“Watch out for net-tops, which are all-in-ones that use the Atom processor commonly found in netbooks.”
“Even all-in-ones, which have generally cost more because manufacturers must squeeze most components into the display, offer increasingly good value. —”
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