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(down) to the last ...

including all of the thing ​mentioned, used to ​emphasize what you are saying: The ​model of the ​village is ​accurate down to the last ​detail. He has ​calculated the ​costs down to the last ​penny.
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in Chinese (Simplified) (用于强调所说的话)包括一切,包括全部…
in Chinese (Traditional) (用於強調所說的話)包括一切,包括全部…
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