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Definition of "come down to" []

  • To reach by moving down or reducing. (verb)
  • To depend upon, basically, ultimately or in essence. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "come down to" in a sentence
  • "Although St. Remigius's influence over people and prelates was extraordinary, yet upon one occasion, the history of which has come down to us, his course of action was attacked."
  • "The world championship of 1981 had come down to Stuey and Perry Green, with Green holding a slight advantage, $420,000 to $330,000."
  • "The testimony of reliable witnesses and the numerous ex-votos that have come down to us from antiquity leave no doubt as to the reality of many of these cures."