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    get the fundamentals down

    What do you mean by "get the fundamentals down"? Does "Get something down" mean "grasp or acquire something thoroughly"?

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    ex)...Fundamentals. That was a great gift Coach Graham gave us. Fundamentals, Fundamentals, fundamentals. As a college professor, I've seen this as one lesson so many students ignore. You've got to get the fundamentals down, because otherwise the fancy stuff is not going to work. Even though I didn't make it to the NFL, I got more pursuing that dream...

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    Re: get the fundamentals down

    What do you mean by "get the fundamentals down"?
    Does "Get something down" mean "grasp or acquire something thoroughly"?


    In this example, yes.

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