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Hi, I'm new, lived 15 years in France long ago, felt bilingual at one point, but at times find I'm reaching for a French phrase because I can't figure out how to translate it into English!
Can anyone help with the above phrase?

Thanks

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It just means "In all the circumstances" or "In the combination of circumstances."
thanks, Stu, that part I knew, was looking for a well-turned English equivalent
Depending on context, perhaps: all things considered or without exception (if you mean to indicate that a procedure should aways be followed).

Al

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