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the ins and outs

Definition of the ins and outs in English:

informal All the details (of something).
Example sentences
  • We outline each exercise in detail and walk you through the ins and outs of your training, week by week.
  • I think in the past a lot of these operations were done unnecessarily perhaps, although I don't know the ins and outs of the cases myself.
  • They got together with a collective of media professionals and taught themselves the ins and outs of radio production.
Synonyms
details, particulars, facts, features, characteristics, nuts and bolts
informal nitty gritty
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