Definition of The Full Monty from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

The Full Monty

 
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a very successful British film (1997) about a group of unemployed men from Sheffield in the north of England who get jobs as strippers (= performers who take their clothes off in front of an audience as a form of entertainment) because they cannot find any other work. It won an Oscar for its music and a musical of the same name opened on Broadway in 2000. The full monty is an informal phrase in British English meaning 'absolutely everything'.

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