Spanish for with everything (more specifically with all) - kinda like being in New Orleans and ordering a dressed po' boy.
Dos tacos de carne asada con todo, por favor. (Two beef tacos with everything please.)
by El Gancho Taquero March 13, 2020
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This Spanish-language phrase is usually used at the end of a sentence. It means, to accept someone or something, regardless of that person's or thing's shortcomings/problems/issues (both good and bad), or "as is."

The literal translation in English is, "with shit and everything,"
Miguel es mi amigo, con mierda y todo.
by Gabatola May 6, 2010
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