a person of great versatility or wide-ranging skills:
the job needs an all-rounder who knows sales, accounting, and something about computers.
historical examples

all-rounder, a shirt collar going all round the neck and meeting in front.
the slang dictionary john camden hotten

a versatile person, esp in a sport

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