something in its entirety
I ate the whole shebang.
by negro October 18, 2003
a UNIX term, for "#!". A contraction of the "hash" -- "#", and the "bang" -- "!"
by KuroiShi October 20, 2003
The entire, the whole; the whole part of. the whole enchilada
If I win, I get the whole shebang.
by johnson October 19, 2003
1. (n) an ordeal, event, or group of objects. Commonly used in the phrase "the whole shebang."
2. (n) (Computer Programming: CGI) The first line of any CGI code that tells the program where the Perl (or other CGI language) interpreter is located within a computer system (Also known as the Shebang Line).
1. We took care of the whole shebang.
2. #!/usr/bin/perl
by Damae October 20, 2003
Used with "whole" to indicate the entirety of something.
Yep, I bought the whole shebang.
by Luke McReynolds October 20, 2003
everything that has to do with the subject your talking about
For the party we got streamers, cake, popcorn, movies, the whole shebang!
by CoralDragon October 6, 2003
a complete instance of something; all of something
That girl is the whole shebang.
by Casey October 11, 2003