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down to (someone or something)

Including everyone or everything in a group or list. She's obsessing about every aspect of wedding planning, down to the shade of the ink on the invitations.
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down to somebody/something

even including the last item of a whole list of people or things: Everybody was affected by the economic crisis, from the president down to the poorest citizen.She’s thought of everything down to the tiniest details!
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Pakistan has made it clear to the Trump administration that it will not bow down to US conditions.
In world markets, oil prices varied yesterday after reports of reduction to Iraqi oil exports, and slow down to US oil digging wells.
It is down to us that we are having to play these important games.
Milner said: "It's down to us to show we have learnt from those experiences in the summer.
It is part and parcel of football and down to us to make sure the only thing that matters is what happens on the pitch," The BBC Sports quoted Milner, as saying.
We've got a big game in the FA Cup and there are plenty of league games and it is down to us to keep this form going," he said.
We know we have the quality to get promoted and it's down to us to prove it.
People rule us out at the moment but it is down to us to prove them wrong.
But Irenaeus knew that the only certainty to be held in these questions was that given by the apostolic tradition, which was always preserved in the Church of Rome: "By pointing out the Apostolic tradition and creed which has been brought down to us by a succession of bishops in the greatest, most ancient, and well-known church, founded by the two most glorious Apostles Peter and Paul at Rome, we can confute all those who in any other way either for self-pleasing or for vain-glory or blindness or badness, hold unauthorized meetings.
Then it came down to us being the only team (from the Antelope Valley) that was still playing, and I think the girls really took that to heart.
Thou shalt not kill," spake a burning voice from that very desert, echoing down to us through many centuries.
A Virgin Trains spokesman said: "Whilst not all of the delay was down to us, the passengers were our customers and it's up to us to provide a service they deserve.
What is explicit is thus a reference to classical statuary, which for the most part has come down to us in fragmentary form, and therefore to the aesthetics of the broken, the unfinished, even the hideous, conjoined with a language that approaches hyperrealism.
One student told me he didn't like another comic who performed there because "he talked down to us.
That's down to us as players, and it's down to us to work hard and make sure we put things right straight away.