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The meaning of "all the way"

" All the way "
Meaning:
Referring to something that is done fully, especially as a euphemism for full sexual activity.
Example:
I hear Jill's parents were away for the weekend so she and Jack took the opportunity to go all the way for the first time.
Where did it originate?:
USA, mid-20th century (with the sexual connotation)
Where is it used?:
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