To a ___________– perfectly
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(What is this tee? It doesn’t refer to a t-shirt or an area on a golf course, but this tee probably comes from the word tittle, a small stroke or point in writing. To a tittle means to the finest point = perfectly. To a tittle as an expression isn’t used anymore in English.)
Here is some examples of how you can use it:
I’m not afraid of my exam tomorrow. I have the material down to a tee.
This administration is a mess. We need to count all our stock to a tee.
William and Mary suit each other to a tee.
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Very thoughtful bllog