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Meaning of “the fine print” in the English Dictionary

"the fine print" in Business English

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the fine printnoun [S]

uk   us   (UK the small print)
the ​part of a ​document that is ​printed in ​smallletters, and that many ​people do not read, but that may contain details that it is important for you to know about: If you read the ​fineprint you may ​find out you have to ​pay $8,000 to refinance.
(Definition of the fine print from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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