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thrash sth out

informal
phrasal verb with thrash uk   /θræʃ/  us   /θræʃ/ verb
to ​discuss a ​problem in ​detail until you ​reach an ​agreement or ​find a ​solution: If we have an ​importantdecision to make, we sometimes ​spend a ​wholedaythrashing it out in a ​meeting.
(Definition of thrash sth out from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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thrash sth out

informal
phrasal verb with thrash uk   us   /θræʃ/ verb [T]
to discuss a problem, disagreement, etc. in detail until you ​find a ​solution or ​reach an ​agreement: to thrash out an ​agreement/a ​deal/a ​solutionthrash out details/problems/terms Meanwhile, the two ​companies continue to thrash out the details of their ​mergerplan.
(Definition of thrash sth out from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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