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Definition:

To review something in extensive detail.

Example Dialogue:

A: We’ve got a real problem. Our product quality and customer satisfaction have slipped.
B: Yes, I agree. Please give me a copy of all the information. I’m going to take a deep dive into the data over the weekend so that I can figure out the problem.

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5 years, 8 months ago by hadeel # 1190
work in weekend!!
that kill me
but some time you have to work in weekend
thanks for explaining

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