#127 - TO PIN DOWN

1. to understand, explain or describe something specifically 2. to keep people contained in a particular place (especially used when talking about military action) 3. to force someone to make a decision 4. to hold someone on the ground so they can't move For examples and explanations, listen to the episode. Transcript coming soon here: http://wp.me/P4IuUx-5Dl

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