Definition of low-down in English:

low-down

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informal

adjective

noun

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  • The true facts or relevant information about something: you get the low-down on where to go and where to stay away from
    More example sentences
    • But the reason I'm talking to Andre today isn't to delve into his family life (not just yet anyway), it's to get the low-down on his new tour, which kicks off this month and reaches Croydon, in April.
    • We're going to get the low-down on a tech revolution that I, for one, have heard very little about until I got ready to do this program.
    • Graduates can also get the low-down on the social life enjoyed by KPMG staff.
    Synonyms
    inside information, the whole story, the facts; data, information, facts and figures, intelligence, the news; a briefing, a brief, guidance
    informal info, the score, the gen, the latest, the word, the rundown
    North American informal the poop, the dope

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