Bottom Line It

Bottom Line It

A slang term meaning to summarize. For example, a manager may state that she does not wish to hear a whole presentation. She may instead request that the presenters "bottom line it" by stating the main point.
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The bottom line It's a stylish new option for the rustic area, and is guaranteed to keep city slickers buzzing for seasons to come.
Bottom line it's going to continue to get harder for advisors to stand out from the crowd.
Asked if he thought things would eventually click into place for the Sky Blues, he said: "Bottom line it's difficult when you're putting a whole new team together every season.
Bottom Line It's not a miracle worker; a reduction of 50-100 calories a day probably won't make a significant impact on your weight.
She uses curry paste, which (unlike curry powder) doesn't need cooking out in a dry pan to get rid of the taste of the raw spices, but the bottom line it's still coronation chicken.
The Bottom Line It's not just the IIMs' training in skills and goals; the curriculum also helps.
Well, down to the bottom line it's bringing the best and brightest of all countries together to form a fleet of unmatched capability ready to conduct ANY MISSION, ANY TIME, ANYWHERE.