Could anyone possibly let me know which collocation below sounds better in English?
- Apparently, you have decided to cooperate with them! Your manager don't seem to be a reliable person. Well, even though I don't like you to work there, just make sure you have considered your contract .............before signing it.
a. from every angle
b. from any angle
c. from all angles
I wonder whether all the three choices above could be used in the blank.
Do they all sound correct to you both grammatically and semantically?
If no, then why?
To me, 'a' and 'b' are quite interchangeable and 'c' has a slight nuance compared to the former two options. Also, I find nothing wrong with each choice above and I think they are all correct and can be used in the sentence with more or less the same meaning.