English version

be down to somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe down to somebody/somethingbe down to somebody/somethingRESULTto be the result of one person’s actions or one particular thing Chris’s success is all down to him. down
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be down to somebody/somethingBy his calculations he was down to $ 12,006.However, monthly inflation, which had reached 123 percent in February, was down to 5 percent by May-June.Of course, much of this is down to familiarity - knowing where the goal posts are.Say it was down to fifty.Her garters were down to her ankles.Attendances were down to one million per week.A few students had left; the class was down to twelve or thirteen.
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