Question: What Does Getting Down To Brass Tacks Mean?

Where does the phrase get down to brass tacks come from?

Etymology.

Unknown.

Earliest attestation in 1863 US, specifically Texas.

One theory is that it comes from the brass tacks in the counter of a hardware store or draper’s shop used to measure cloth in precise units (rather than holding one end to the nose and stretching out the arm to approximately one yard)..

What is the meaning of get down to business?

Definition of get down to business : to start doing what needs to be done : to start working Now that we’ve all introduced ourselves, let’s get down to business.

What gun is the brass tacks?

The Brass Tacks Assault Rifle has been created in an effort to get back to basics, and the VLK 3.0x Optic, Flash Guard, Tactical Foregrip, and FSS Close Quarters Stock, are as reliable as they come.

Can’t cut the mustard meaning?

When you use the expression ‘Can’t Cut the Mustard’ you mean that someone is unable to succeed or meet expectations. Example of use: “I really like Jake, but he just can’t cut the mustard.”

What does all at sixes and sevens mean?

“At sixes and sevens” is an English idiom used to describe a condition of confusion or disarray.