- How do you say straight to the point?
- What does apposite mean in English?
- What’s high point mean?
- Did you get my point meaning?
- Do you see my point?
- How do you say get the point?
- What does have a good point mean?
- What do you mean by the phrase get to the point?
- What does cut the Chase mean?
- What is the meaning of beating around the bush?
- What’s the meaning of concise?
How do you say straight to the point?
going straight to the point; frank; direct; outspoken: It’s sometimes difficult to be forthright and not give offense..
What does apposite mean in English?
adjective. suitable; well-adapted; pertinent; relevant; apt: an apposite answer.
What’s high point mean?
high point. Definition of high point (Entry 2 of 2) : the best time or stage of something Our trip to the museum was the high point of our vacation. the high point of her career.
Did you get my point meaning?
To understand, comprehend, or grasp something.
Do you see my point?
see (someone’s) point To understand and/or come to agree with a particular point someone is trying to make. A: “The early flight might be cheaper, but we won’t enjoy our first day there because we’ll be so tired!” B: “OK, I see your point.
How do you say get the point?
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What does have a good point mean?
Meaning/Usage: Used to tell someone that they had a good comment, thought, or suggestion. Explanation: “Point” can be seen as an idea, a statement, or a thought. “Good point, I should have followed the instructions while building it.”
What do you mean by the phrase get to the point?
Definition of come/get to the point : to reach the main or most important idea of something that is said or written It took several paragraphs for her to come/get to the point of her argument.
What does cut the Chase mean?
to get to the point without wasting time”Cut to the chase” is a phrase that means to get to the point without wasting time. The saying originated from early film studios’ silent films. It was a favorite of, and thought to have been coined by, Hal Roach Sr.
What is the meaning of beating around the bush?
(idiomatic) To treat a topic, but omit its main points, often intentionally. (idiomatic) To delay or avoid talking about something difficult or unpleasant. Just stop beating around the bush and tell me what the problem is!
What’s the meaning of concise?
expressing or covering much in few words; brief in form but comprehensive in scope; succinct; terse: a concise explanation of the company’s retirement plan.