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The idiom "to a T" means precisely, exactly or perfectly. It is often used to describe something that is done with great accuracy or attention to detail.
For example, "The party was planned to a T. Everything was perfectly organized and executed."
The origin of this idiom is not clear, but there are a few theories. One theory is that it comes from the word "tittle," which means a small mark or point. The phrase "to a tittle" would mean that something is done down to the smallest detail. Another theory suggests that it comes from the phrase "to a tee," which refers to the peg used to hold a golf ball in place before it is hit.
Regardless of its origin, "to a T" is a common idiom in English that is used to emphasize the completeness and precision of something.
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Dariusz Frach, thefad.pl / USAGM