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(right) down to

even including the following small or unimportant things or people: Amalie was dressed completely in black, right down to black lipstick and a black earring. Everyone, from the CEO down to the admin assistants, was questioned by the police.
Translations of “(right) down to”
in Chinese (Traditional) 甚至包括,就連…也包括在內…
in Chinese (Simplified) 甚至包括,就连…也包括在内…
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