full-on
adjective Date: 1970 complete, full-fledged

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Full-on — 1. expression of approval or surprise; 2. enthusiastic; full of energy; unrestrained; 3. requiring complete involvement or total commitment; 4. totally; 5. as fast, strong, committed, as possible …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • full-on — Australian Slang 1. expression of approval or surprise; 2. enthusiastic; full of energy; unrestrained; 3. requiring complete involvement or total commitment; 4. totally; 5. as fast, strong, committed, as possible …   English dialects glossary

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  • full-on — • powerful, with maximum effort. A 90 s term used by the same crowd that would use banging and large …   Londonisms dictionary

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