ins and outs


ins and outs

noun plural \ˌinz-ən(d)-ˈats\

Definition of INS AND OUTS

1
:  characteristic peculiarities or technicalities :  workings

Examples of INS AND OUTS

  1. <still learning the ins and outs of the brokerage business>

First Known Use of INS AND OUTS

circa 1670

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