One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Happening without inhibition or restraint; out of control.‘a punch is thrown and it's all on’
- ‘Two hours and a couple of phone calls later, it's all on.’
- ‘Once I'd stashed my laptop bag behind the bar, it was all on.’
- ‘Reading email, newspapers, web sites, books—it's all on.’
- ‘All it's going to take is a few hardcore folk to start hurling the molotovs at the cops, and it's all on.’
- ‘Friday was my Birthday and we had a pretty good night—Tom brought out a bottle of Baileys and it was all on.’
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