Full-on



adjective
1.
(informal) complete; unrestrained: full-on military intervention, full-on hard rock
adjective

enthusiastic; completely involved in, requiring complete involvement, total; directly, head-on; also written full on
adverb

totally; as committed and completely as possible
Usage Note

colloquial

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