Bottom Line | English Idioms

In normal usage, the term bottom line refers to the final outcome or result. It can also be used to mean the ultimate truth in a given situation.

• You don’t have to show me all those figures. Just tell me the bottom line.
• The bottom line is that you have to find a job. I can no longer provide for you.
• I’m listing the car for 100,000 rupees, but my bottom line is 80,000 rupees. If I go beneath that I will incur loss.
• Obese people are more likely to develop health problems. The bottom line is that you have to lose weight if you want to live longer.

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