Doesn't necessarily mean to take off all your clothes. It just means the "whole thing" or going the "whole way" not stopping at a point.
by MoonKnight December 1, 2002
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To whack off, jerk off, or jack off completely naked; minimum requirement is no shirt, pants at half-mast.
I just had a sweet full monty earlier today.
by Ryan April 10, 2005
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British slang phrase meaning "everything, the whole lot" or, when used as an adjective, "all the way".
My girlfriend left me, she said it’s because I was not willing to go the full Monty.
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To go all the way, to give it all you have and hold NOTHING back.
"That's it, I'm going the full monty and betting all my chips!"
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British high street taylors Montague Burton, now called simply Burtons, did a range of cheaper suits, with optional waistcoat. I think this was around the 1940's. Having a Full Monty was going in and getting trousers, jacket AND waistcoat, especially if you were a soldier going back to civilian life.
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1. totally naked for the benefit of another person, as in the 1997 movie "The Full Monty"
2. full erection
taken from the movies' description- The women cheer them on to go for "the full monty" - total nudity. She was totally surprised when she returned to find him standing in the doorway with no clothes on and a Full Monty.
by SgettiEddi June 20, 2011
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