come down to

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Verb[edit]

come down to

  1. To reach by moving down or reducing.
    Wait for the temperature to come down to a reasonable level before touching the lid.
    Come down to my place someday and have lunch.
  2. (idiomatic) To entirely depend upon a single factor; basically, ultimately or in essence.
    The decision comes down to whether you really want to pay that much for a little extra convenience.
    The game is going to come down to the last five seconds.

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