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the whole caboodle BRITISH, AMERICAN or the whole kit and caboodle BRITISH
If you talk about the whole caboodle or the whole kit and caboodle, you mean the whole of something. You can borrow the tent and equipment — the whole caboodle — if you like. They have financed the whole kit andcaboodle. Note: The usual American expression is the whole ball of wax or the whole enchilada. Note: `Caboodle' may come from the Dutch word `boedal', meaning `property'.
See also: caboodle, whole
Collins COBUILD Idioms Dictionary, 3rd ed. © HarperCollins Publishers 2012
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