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what's the drill for sth?

informal
used to ask what the usual, correct way of doing or getting something is: What's the drill for getting paid for my expenses?
Translations of “what's the drill for sth?”
in Chinese (Traditional) 通常都怎麽辦?正確的步驟是甚麽?…
in Chinese (Simplified) 通常都怎么办?正确的步骤是什么?…
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