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(of a sporting event or exam) A final score, mark, or placing
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A tally of something, especially points in a game
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Topics in dispute, or up for debate
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A thin, pointed, projecting part
“The point of his sword glimmered menacingly in the evening sun.”
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The conditions of an agreement
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Mark of merit
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The details or fine points of something
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Elements or circumstances contributing to a result
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Considerations that can be used to support one's case in debate
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The advantage or disadvantage given
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One of a pair of parallel bars that serve as a running surface for the wheels of a train
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(sports) A score or goal which results from a well-executed sequence of actions
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Plural for a very small dot or mark
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“I can see a point of light emanating in the distance.”
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Plural for a particular spot, place, or position in an area or on a map, object, or surface
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“The valley is located at a point between two large mountains.”
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Plural for a particular moment in time or stage in a process
“We were running low on fuel at one point and things were looking pretty dire.”
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Plural for an advantage or purpose that can be gained from doing something
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“The whole point of this healthy lifestyle is to look and feel better.”
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Plural for the principal aspect or dimension of something
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“Your entire diatribe still failed to address the underlying point of this discussion.”
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Plural for a single item or detail in an extended discussion, list, or text
“The first point in the report is the one you should pay the most heed to.”
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Plural for a distinctive feature or characteristic, typically a good one, of a person or thing
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“A dainty, elegant pergola is the focal point at one end of the garden.”
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Plural for a narrow piece of land jutting out into the sea
“We'll head back around the point and into that last small bight we passed on our way here.”
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Plural for a stage or level at which a change of state occurs
“Turn off the stove once the liquid reaches its boiling point.”
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(the point) Plural for the critical or decisive moment
“He's all talk, but when it gets to the point he comes up empty.”
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Plural for the scoring unit of a sports competition
“Teams will get a point for each goal they score.”
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Plural for a punctuation mark, typically used to indicate the end of a phrase or sentence
“Always finish your sentences with a point to improve the readability of your writing.”
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Plural for an electrical outlet
“Is there a spare power point around here for me to plug my charger into?”
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Plural for the effectiveness of an event or story
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Plural for a sharp projection near the end of an arrow, fish hook, or similar object, which is angled away from the main point so as to make extraction difficult
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Plural for a clause or paragraph of a legal document or agreement
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Plural for a subject matter or general area of interest
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Plural for a particular incident, or the time at which it takes place
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Plural for a corner, especially an external projection or an internal recess of a part of a building or other structure
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Plural for the state or condition of being useful
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Plural for a goal in football
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Plural for the extreme edge of land before a steep slope or a body or water
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Plural for a length or portion of time
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Plural for a directed quantity, one with both magnitude and direction
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Plural for a point in a network or diagram at which lines or pathways intersect or branch
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Plural for features that lend a particularly interesting quality to something
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Plural for opinion, judgment, or belief
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Plural for an intense, sharp, or striking quality
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Plural for a place where things join
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Plural for leading position
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Plural for the stalk or stem of a plant
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Plural for basketball position
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Plural for the state of affairs of someone or something
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Plural for the place to which someone or something is going or being sent
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Plural for a verbal or written remark expressing an opinion or reaction
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Plural for a small, sharp broad-headed nail
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Tapers or elongations
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Plural for the highest point on a roof, represented by a horizontal line where two roof areas intersect, running the length of the area
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Plural for a thing that extends outwards from something else
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Plural for an instrument composed of a blade fixed into a handle, used for cutting or as a weapon
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Plural for area under mouth
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Plural for the least or smallest amount or quantity possible, attainable, or required
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To establish a fact to be true
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(point to) To show as probable, or to call attention to
“In response to your question, all signs point to yes.”
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To direct or face in a specific direction
“She would point her camera towards the horizon, hoping to take the perfect photo of the sunset.”
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To give a point to
“It's time to point your blunt pencil.”
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To direct the attention of someone to
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To make contact or communication with
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Guide the movement or course of
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(refer to) To make reference to
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To protrude (out) and be visible
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To move one's hand as a signal
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To add punctuation to
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To fix by the point
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Become or make more intense
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To show a preference for
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To imply but stop short of saying explicitly
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To alter something from its true state, typically to deceive
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To direct or influence the behavior or development of
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To diffuse, radiate or give off
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