Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts

dot (the/your) Is and cross (the/your) Ts

dot the is and cross the tsdot your is and cross your ts
Meaning(s)
1) finish the final details in something, ensure that all details are correct
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    • the deal is nearly done, we just need to dot the is and cross the ts
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  • Professional Examples (Advance)
    1. The negotiations have gone well and the deal is nearly done. All that's really left to do is dot the Is and cross the Ts!
    2. Before submitting your proposal, make sure you've dotted your Is and crossed your Ts. You might only get one chance at this so it needs to be right!
    3. We haven't quite got around to dotting the Is and crossing the Ts yet, but the contract is pretty much ready to go.
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