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What does very much a man mean?

When we say someone is very much a man, do we mean that this person is a man who is very masculine or this person is a woman who has a lot of qualities considered typical of men, simply put, a tomboy.
BTW, is it "very much a man" or "very much of a man"? Which one is grammatically correct?
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