Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) discuss something thoroughly
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thrash out an agreement/matter/plan
To 'thrash out' something is another way of saying to talk about or discuss something in order to find a solution, solve a problem or in order to make a decision. When you 'trash out' something you examine a number of different possibilities and options. This is a phrasal verb that is usually used more in informal contexts.
Social Examples (Advance)
Allen and Bill hadn't spoken properly since their falling out, so they agreed to meet in order to thrash out their differences.
Professional Examples (Advance)
The decision was an extremely important one, so we spent the whole meeting thrashing the matter out until we came to a consensus.
Both sides are eager to make a deal, and hope to have an agreement thrashed out by the end of the week.
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