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I disagree with you on a couple of important points.
Let’s go over the plan point by point.
My point is that we’re spending too much time on details and forgetting the big issues.
What’s your point?
What is the point of your visit?
I see no point in discussing this any more.
I’m sorry – I just don’t get the point.
Subtlety is not one of his strong points.
He spent his spare time coaching youngsters on the finer points of soccer.
I complain about working different hours from everyone else, but it has its points.
At that point we all got up and walked out of the room.
At this point in time we can’t afford to hire any more people.
We’ll meet at a point halfway between here and your hotel.
a point where three different countries meet
Our team is two points behind.
They won on points (=by getting the most points).
At some point I decided she was no longer my friend.
We haven’t got all day, so please get to the point.
I see your point, but I don’t think there’s anything we can do at the moment.
From then on he made a point of avoiding her.
She missed the point entirely and thought I was blaming her.
He warned that global warming would soon reach a point of no return.
I think his suggestions are completely to the point and should be heard.
She’s very nice and, more to the point, she’s very good at her job.
You’ve got a point. If we’re going to work overtime, they’re going to have to pay us a lot more money.