Idiom: by all means
— By all means, stop by to see us—we will be around all weekend.
— By all means, take another slice of cake if you’d like.
— I told him by all means he could stay at our beach house in July when we're not there.
— A: "Could I have another beer, please? B: "By all means. You don't need to ask."
— A: "May I ask a question?" B: "By all means."
— A: "Excuse me, sir. Would you mind taking our photo? B: "Yes, by all means."
— A: "It's pouring outside!" B: "Here, take my umbrella." A: "Really? I can't do that." B: "By all means, take it. You're wearing a beautiful dress."
— By all means, I'm going to drop by to see you this Saturday.
— You're welcome to use our car if you need it by all means.
— By all means go ahead of me. Please, I insist.
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