in short, it reads across as ‘one-hundred percent’, meaing ‘the most’.

1)full effort; all; maximal exertion (as applying to a sport, usually)

2)completion (commonly of a particular RPG):
a] in utterly the sumpremest, truest sense of the word;
or
b.] virtually, or for intensive or practical purposes (can vary)

Note that that the second use of ‘100%’ can serve as many parts of speach simply by adding a different suffix.
{100% = completion to the fullest extent}
100%ly = adverb
100%'r or 100%er = person (noun)
100%'d or 100%ed = past-tense form of verb (usually transitive)
. . . and so on . . .
1) The football coach told us not to give our 100%, but to give him our 110-or-112%.

2) Mike thought th't he 100%'d his video-game savefile, until he later found out, became aware, of everything he missed, at none other than the GFs messageboard, at which point he displayed himself as a genuine n00b.
von Victor Van Styn 13. Oktober 2005
no doubt about it; cempletely; totally; for sure; of course; naturally; in an expected way or order
can be used before, in middle, or at end of sentence, however you see fit.
1. 100% I wanna have sex with that girl!
2. someone says or does something you're excited and happy to hear: friend: I think we should go out tomorrow night You: '100% we will!"
3. hell yeah! 100%
von Homeyazz 4. November 2005
When something or someone is doing something to the MAX or to the T
"do you like Dan?"
"100%"

"you think I look good in this?"
"100%"

"you see her dancing all crazy over there??"
"100%"
von Doyouloveit 21. März 2010
to fully agree or understand
ex A. Person#1- 2+2=4

Person#2- 100%

ex B. Person#1- did you get what i was saying?

Person#2- 100%
von smoochmagooch16 26. März 2010
a description of one's self. On a scale how are you doing today?
Hey mom, im 100%
von sacamano 30. Oktober 2003
-meaning totally, really, truly
Dude, I 100% bought a new bass yesterday.
von Heather The Great 2. April 2005
All. The 'per cent' ratio is based on a scale of one hundred. Thus, if the highest number possible in a certain category was changed to one hundred, the total that is possessed/achieved is one hindred.
I have found 100% of my lost socks since 2005 began.
von Diggity Monkeez 14. Januar 2005

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