Your company has been having trouble. Most of the people in your department have been laid off, and now it's just you, your boss, and one other employee. You're telling a friend about this situation.
We're down to only 3 people now.
When there used to be more of something, but now there's less of it, you can use the phrase "down to ___".
For example, you can talk about a sports playoff:
They're down to four teams now.
Or about getting rid of things that you own:
We sold the van, so we're down to two vehicles now.
Or about food:
We're down to half a bag of rice.
Usually you say the number of things that you are down to, but you can also list what's left like this:
Now it's down to just me, Brad, and Gbenga.
Notice that it's common to include "now" somewhere in the sentence.
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