1. everything, all that there is, ‘the lot’; esp. in phr. the full monty.
|Stage & TV Today 30 Aug. 16: There was a fellow sitting there with the full monty on, big gold rings, all that.|
|Indep. 5 June 30: Each player has a specific training routine, and meals are carefully monitored. Muesli and fruit for breakfast – at least until the coach is absent, then it is the full Monty.|
|It Was An Accident 221: Where you been, who you clocked, who they get a meeting with, the monte.|
|White Trash 67: He wasn’t finished, was going for the full monty.|
2. see monte n.1 (2)
3. see monte n.1 (3)