down to

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Definition of down to

1 : in a way that includes even (the smallest or least important part) Our work must be accurate down to the last detail. They knew everything about him down to the cologne he wore.
2 : to the last person or thing that can be used It looks like it's down to you and me. I'm down to my last dollar.

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