whole hog , meaning

[British slang]
Noun. The complete amount. {Informal}

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  1. "We didn't go whole hog,"
  2. We went into our trip whole hog, mapping out a 16-day itinerary.
  3. This takes out the whole hog,
  4. Other directors go whole hog, though, and for some it can be a tonic.
  5. At one event, there literally was a whole hog, slow-cooked and ready for picking.

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