How to say what it all comes down to in Japanese

1)つまるところつまるところ(tsumarutokoro) (adv) in short/in brief/to sum up/ultimately/in the end/in the long run/when all is said and done/what it all comes down to/when you get right down to it    
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would you lend me your bicycle?

i hear that you felt ill at ease at the party.

suppose your father saw us together, what would he say?

i would rather go to the art museum than to the movie theater.

"that's right at the least i wish they'd add one to the first floor as well wait a mo! why are you here!?" "'why' is obvious isn't it? it's so we can go to the toilet together"

no wonder they turned down her offer.

the corporation invited bids for the construction project.

i'll gladly pay you anytime.

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