This is a common colloquialism in the UK (perhaps originally Australian, as it is used often in soaps there). After verbs it means 'very serious and enthusiastic, often in a way that is annoying to others. Examples from the English site are:- -"He's full-on", he's too much, too full of enthusiasm. -"That film was full-on" - heavy, thought provoking. -"The holiday was full-on" - busy, full of fun/things to do. How would you render the above examples into colloquial Turkish.