Idiom: nail something down | nail down (something)
— Have you nailed down a babysitter yet for New Year's Eve?
— We’ve got to nail down the dates for our vacation and start making hotel and airline reservations this weekend.
— I was able to nail down an interview with the governor for Friday afternoon.
— We absolutely have to nail down a time to talk tomorrow before the meeting. Are you free at 2:00 pm?
— I was never able to nail down a fair price for my painting so I refused to sell it.
— I don't know how he did it but my husband was able to nail down a beach house in the Hamptons for the summer.
— Yesterday's meeting was productive. We nailed down all of the details for the fundraising gala and divided up the duties with due dates.
— I hate it when someone tries to nail me down to a decision before I fully understand what the agreement involves.
— Please tell me as soon as you nail down the date for your wedding so we can make sure we can attend.
— How were you able to nail down a face-to-face meeting with George Clooney?
— We've already nailed down three speakers for the conference.
— Have you nailed down a venue for the company picnic yet?
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