Definition of 'boil down to'
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The summit disaster boils down to one fact. The Sun (2011)Everything we had problems with each other about just boils down to one thing - victims of circumstance. The Sun (2008)Let me tell you, any big case that can be boiled down to one phrase is always a winner. Times, Sunday Times (2010)For all the techniques they employ, this work still boils down to one man of courage making a lonely walk. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A year's work boils down to this one game. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He said: 'It boils down to one player switching off. The Sun (2014)My ability to stick with the project, though, will always boil down to one main thing. The Sun (2015)The music is great, but 120 is a lot to spend on what boils down to one album. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And their wedding was frankly a year's worth of admirably useless insanity, all boiled down to one day. Times, Sunday Times (2014)England's chances over the next five weeks boil down to one not so simple thing: can their batsmen score enough runs in the first innings consistently? Times, Sunday Times (2015)Once you cut through the various interpretations of the size of the loan scheme and the value of the taxpayers' holdings, it boils down to one figure. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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