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Meaning of 板上钉钉

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bǎn shàng dìng dīng (Trad.: 板上釘釘)
that clinches it; that's final; no two ways about it
Example Sentences
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I think it all boils down to his family. If they feel comfortable about moving to Manchester then there's every chance he will stay at Manchester.
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In one game they'll look dead-certs to lift the trophy, in the next they'll be three goals down.
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The question now, given that there is bound to be further consolidation of equity trading in eastern Europe, is where that liquidity will go.
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But you have effectuated that achievement, the Ascension is now an absolute certainty.
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That seems deterministic. But the internet revolution really did spill over into the rest of business and finance.