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drilldown

drilldown
 n.— «The glossary states a drilldown is a “conversation with a verbose barrister requiring seven action points with no writing implement available resulting in communication breakdown, information loss and night sweats.”» —“Revealed: how to chat up a senior clerk” by Nina Goswami TheLawyer.com July 13, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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