How to say when you get right down to it 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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in paris and elsewhere, in the summer, husbands send their wives and children somewhere to escape the heat and they customarily leave to visit them on saturday evening until sunday.

it seems that he knows the truth.

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you should keep your promises.

she doesn't seem to be able to catch on to what he is saying.

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