Giving as much effort as possible; not holding back.
'All' refers to everything, and 'out' is an intensifier. So 'all-out' means 'everything and more'.
1) Karen went all-out in the race, and won a gold medal.
2) Captain Barne's final act was to order an all-out assault on the fortress.
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