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the ins and outs

noun
 
 
all the details and facts about something: Tolya is someone who knows the ins and outs of the music industry.Information and messages
Translations of “the ins and outs”
in Chinese (Traditional) 詳情,細節…
in Russian тонкости…
in Turkish bütün ayrıntı ve gerçekler…
in Chinese (Simplified) 详情,细节…
in Polish szczegóły…
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