Idiom: to a T
Note: The idiom is often used in these forms: "fits to a T," "suits (somebody) to a T," or someone can do something "down to a T."
— After dieting for three months I was really excited that my jeans fit to a T again.
— That’s a beautiful dress and it fits you to a T.
— In the movie "Bohemian Rhapsody," Rami Malek played Queen's legendary lead singer Freddie Mercury to a T.
— Don't worry, we did nothing wrong. We followed every requirement of the grant to a T.
— The description given by the victim fit the culprit to a T. He was turned in to the police by his mother within six hours.
— Wow, you've got the French accent down to a T.
— Motherhood suits you to a T!
— Follow these directions to a T and you won't have any problems.
— In the lab, you have to follow each formula to a T.
— I'm shocked that your husband organized this baby shower to a T. He's incredible.
— Congratulations, you performed the role in the play to a T.
— In international relations, it's important to follow social customs to a T in order to maintain good relations.
— We were laughing hysterically when our boss mocked the director's whiny voice to a T.
— You've really got that Michael Jackson costume and dancing down to a T.
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