English English Dictionary

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point in English:

1. at


I'm at the hospital. I got struck by lightning.
How many times a day do you look at yourself in the mirror?
I'm good at Japanese.
I'm thinking about complaining about my son's teacher at the kindergarten.
To the best of my knowledge, the lake is the deepest at this point.
He did something stupid and was sneered at.
Happiness depends not so much on circumstances as on one's way of looking at one's lot.
You went to bed at 2 o'clock in the morning? No wonder you look sleepy today.
Do you mind if I call on you sometime? "No, not at all."
School begins at half past eight except on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
At first I felt a bit too shy to speak to her.
At the party the other night, my brother drank a bit too much and passed out.
At Narita Airport, I ran into an old friend of mine.
When I was a kid, touching bugs didn't bother me a bit. Now I can hardly stand looking at pictures of them.
Her composition had no grammatical errors at all.

2. The fist point I want to discuss is



3. an individual detail



English word "point"(an individual detail) occurs in sets:

Most common nouns 1 - 50

4. direct someone's attention by extending ones finger



English word "point"(direct someone's attention by extending ones finger) occurs in sets:

Most common verbs 101 - 150

5. point


What's your point?
After a certain point, everything became a little more difficult.
I wish I could care more about my grades but it seems that, at a certain point of my life, I decided they wouldn't be so important anymore.
To get back to my original point, yesterday I sent the report off to Tokyo.
There is a fine line between speech that is terse and to the point and speech that is too abrupt.
The first point that requires clarification is that the design was purely experimental.
The point of true mutual understanding has not yet been reached between Japan and China.
He whittled the stick to a sharp point with his hunting knife.
May I ask a few more questions about that point? It's a little obscure.
Can you point me in the right direction?
Up to this point I have presented an overview of the growth of political unrest in the period.
Dr. Thatcher diagnosed her patient with generalized anxiety disorder because his symptoms didn't point to other diagnoses.
I should point out that it is necessary to re-examine the validity of Emmet's theory.
In point of fact, she had nothing to do with the scandal.
My strong point is my philosophy - nothing ventured nothing gained.