Definition of down to the ground in English:

down to the ground

phrase

informal
  • Completely; totally.

    • ‘I've got three kids so it suits me down to the ground.’
    • ‘This may have been a rather heavy dish, but it suited me down to the ground.’
    • ‘Sponsor Alan Ranger explained that the conditions in Poland suited Bolter's style down to the ground.’
    • ‘It may be basic and have a lot of pictures, but it suits me down to the ground.’
    • ‘All of which will suit our approach to the game right down to the ground.’
    • ‘Perhaps had I been in better condition, the place would have suited me right down to the ground.’
    • ‘He had moved there from California in 1984 and life in the sunny principality suited him down to the ground.’
    • ‘Jim said he has always wanted his own place, and is sure that the historic Fossgate gem will suit him down to the ground.’
    • ‘I've found a villa in the valley that should suit Mark and Jo down to the ground.’
    • ‘If you are interested in motor sport and would like to have a go, then the Concept cars will suit you down to the ground.’