back to basics

back to basics
Meaning: start to give your attention to the simplest and most important matters after ignoring them for a while.
Example: The president’s economic package has failed to win the financial institutions’ trust and he will have to get back to basics.

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heads up
heads up Meaning to inform about something beforehand to provide status an advance caution to warn or alert someone about something Example Sentences Heads up! This machine is ... Read on

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