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down to

  1. Ready to (do something specified).
  2. With no one/nothing remaining but.
    I'm down to my last few sleeping pills.
  3. Due to.
    • (Can we date this quote by The Rolling Stones and provide title, author's full name, and other details?) (band)
      It's down to me, the way she talks when she's spoken to / Down to me, the change has come, she's under my thumb.
    • 2005, Stel Pavlou, Decipher:
      The intermittent signal dropout was down to a faulty connection which he'd fixed in seconds.
    • 2011 May 16, James Mitchell Crow, “First signs of ozone-hole recovery spotted”, in Nature:
      That difficulty is down to significant natural variations in average Antarctic stratospheric springtime ozone levels from year to year

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