Definition of down pat or cold in English:

down pat (or cold)

Memorized or mastered perfectly: she had the baby’s medical routine down pat a guy who has his art history down cold
More example sentences
  • I get the routine down pat, so I'm free to concentrate on what really matters - comedy.
  • Dion, too, has her routine down pat, leaving her house about 5pm, taking the stage about 8: 30, finishing around 10 and arriving home as early as 11.
  • He's got that curmudgeonly Elder Statesman role down pat.
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