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the bottom line

noun
 
 
the most important fact in a situation: The bottom line is that if you don't work, you'll fail the test.Important and essential thingsInformation and messages
Translations of “the bottom line”
in Russian самое главное…
in Turkish en önemli gerçek, asıl nokta, gerçeğin ta kendisi…
in Polish sedno sprawy…
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