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Hi! Can I use 'all' as a synonym of 'everyone'?

For example:
She brought gifts for everyone.
She brought gifts for all.

I know i can write it like this: 'She brought gifts for all of us'. I just want to know if I can write 'all' as a pronoun 'cause I've seen it like that, but I'm still not sure when to use 'all' alone.

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Hi! Can I use 'all' as a synonym of 'everyone'?

For example:
She brought gifts for everyone.
She brought gifts for all.

I know i can write it like this: 'She brought gifts for all of us'. I just want to know if I can write 'all' as a pronoun 'cause I've seen it like that, but I'm still not sure when to use 'all' alone.
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