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Difference between End it all and Get away from it all

end it allcommit suicide:

  • Martine became so depressed during a recent illness that she wanted to “end it all.”

Note: The expression does not correlate in meaning with the phrase to crown it all—(also: to cap it all) used to emphasize the final item in a series completing a good or bad fortune:

  • The school had an excellent reputation, its program was in English and to crown it all, it was located in a wonderful city!

get away from it allescape from city rush, the worry of modern life, etc.:

  • We bought a little house in the country to get away from it all.