[mon-tee] /ˈmɒn ti/
noun, Chiefly British Slang.
the, the whole thing; everything that is wanted or needed:
At the press briefing, the reporters got the full monty.
(informal) the full monty, something in its entirety
A completely unclothed human body
[1986+; in Montague Burton, a British firm of gentlemen’s outfitters, the expression applied to a full suit of clothes]
- Full-moon day
noun phrase A day when many disturbed patrons visit (1990s+ Librarians)
noun An insane or very eccentric person; loony, nut: in San Francisco, where there are fullmooners on every street corner/ This issue goes beyond the full-mooners [1980s+; fr the belief that some people go crazy at the time of the full moon]
- Full-moon maple
[foo l-moon, -moon] /ˈfʊlˌmun, -ˈmun/ noun 1. .
- Full-motion video
(FMV) Any system used to deliver moving video images and sound on a computer. Video images and sound are stored on disk; compact disc is preferred because of the amount of data required. Some form of video compression is used to reduce the amount of data and to allow it to be read from disk […]