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Old January 25, 2018, 06:01 AM
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Con todo

Hi everyone

Can "Con todo" be used at the beginning of a sentence to mean "With anything"?

E.g. Con todo, hay pros y contras.

That's how Google translates it, but I can't seem to confirm this elsewhere as all the examples use "with anything" at the middle or end of a sentence and translate it along the lines of "con cualquier cosa".

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con todo, everything considered, in all, todo


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