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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: A sharp or tapered end: the point of a knife; the point of the antenna.
- noun: An object having a sharp or tapered end: a stone projectile point.
- noun: A tapering extension of land projecting into water; a peninsula, cape, or promontory.
- noun: A mark formed by or as if by a sharp end.
- noun: A mark or dot used in printing or writing for punctuation, especially a period.
- noun: A decimal point.
- noun: Linguistics A vowel point.
- noun: One of the protruding marks used in certain methods of writing and printing for the blind.
- noun: Mathematics A dimensionless geometric object having no properties except location.
- noun: Mathematics An element in a geometrically described set.
- noun: A place or locality considered with regard to its position: connections to Chicago and points west.
- noun: A narrowly particularized and localized position or place; a spot: The troops halted at a point roughly 1,000 yards from the river.
- noun: A specified degree, condition, or limit, as in a scale or course: the melting point of a substance.
- noun: Any of the 32 equal divisions marked at the circumference of a mariner's compass card that indicate direction.
- noun: The interval of 11°15ʹ between any two adjacent markings.
- noun: A distinct condition or degree: finally reached the point of exhaustion.
- noun: The interval of time immediately before a given occurrence; the verge: on the point of resignation; at the point of death.
- noun: A specific moment in time: At this point, we are ready to proceed.
- noun: An objective or purpose to be reached or achieved, or one that is worth reaching or achieving: What is the point of discussing this issue further?
- noun: The major idea or essential part of a concept or narrative: You have missed the whole point of the novel.
- noun: A significant, outstanding, or effective idea, argument, or suggestion: Your point is well taken.
- noun: A separate, distinguishing item or element; a detail: Diplomacy is certainly not one of his strong points. Your weak point is your constant need for approval.
- noun: A quality or characteristic that is important or distinctive, especially a standard characteristic used to judge an animal.
- noun: A single unit, as in counting, rating, or measuring.
- noun: A unit of academic credit usually equal to one hour of class work per week during one semester.
- noun: A numerical unit of academic achievement equal to a letter grade.
- noun: Sports & Games A unit of scoring or counting.
- noun: A unit equal to one dollar, used to quote or state variations in the current prices of stocks or commodities.
- noun: A unit equal to one percent, used to quote or state interest rates or shares in gross profits.
- noun: One percent of the total principal of a loan, paid up front to the lender and considered separately from the interest.
- noun: Music A phrase, such as a fugue subject, in contrapuntal music.
- noun: Printing A unit of type size equal to 0.01384 inch, or approximately 1/72 of an inch.
- noun: A jeweler's unit of weight equal to 2 milligrams or 0.01 carat.
- noun: The act or an instance of pointing.
- noun: The stiff and attentive stance taken by a hunting dog.
- noun: Needlepoint.
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- noun: A reconnaissance or patrol unit that moves ahead of an advance party or guard, or that follows a rear guard.
- noun: The position occupied by such a unit or guard: A team of Rangers were walking point at the outset of the operation.
- noun: Sports Either of two positions in ice hockey just inside the offensive zone near the boards, usually assumed by defenders attempting to keep the puck in the offensive zone.
- noun: Basketball A position in the forecourt beyond the top of the key, usually taken by the point guard.
- noun: An electrical contact, especially one in the distributor of an automobile engine.
- noun: Chiefly British An electrical socket or outlet.
- noun: The extremities of an animal, such as a horse or dog.
- noun: A movable rail, tapered at the end, such as that used in a railroad switch.
- noun: The vertex of the angle created by the intersection of rails in a frog or switch.
- noun: A ribbon or cord with a metal tag at the end, used to fasten clothing in the 16th and 17th centuries.
- verb-transitive: To direct or aim: point a weapon. See Synonyms at
- verb-transitive: To bring (something) to notice: pointed out an error in their reasoning.
- verb-transitive: To indicate the position or direction of: pointed out the oldest buildings on the skyline.
- verb-transitive: To sharpen (a pencil, for example); provide with a point.
- verb-transitive: To separate with decimal points: pointing off the hundredths place in a column of figures.
- verb-transitive: To mark (text) with points; punctuate.
- verb-transitive: Linguistics To mark (a consonant) with a vowel point.
- verb-transitive: To give emphasis to; stress: comments that simply point up flawed reasoning.
- verb-transitive: To indicate the presence and position of (game) by standing immobile and directing the muzzle toward it. Used of a hunting dog.
- verb-transitive: To fill and finish the joints of (masonry) with cement or mortar.
- verb-intransitive: To direct attention or indicate position with or as if with the finger.
- verb-intransitive: To turn the mind or thought in a particular direction or to a particular conclusion: All indications point to an early spring.
- verb-intransitive: To be turned or faced in a given direction; aim.
- verb-intransitive: To indicate the presence and position of game. Used of a hunting dog.
- verb-intransitive: Nautical To sail close to the wind.
- idiom: beside the point Irrelevant to the matter at hand.
- idiom: in point Having relevance or pertinence.
- idiom: in point of With reference to; in the matter of: In point of fact, I never lived at the address stated on the form.
- idiom: make a point of To consider or treat (an action or activity) as indispensable: made a point of visiting their niece on the way home.
- idiom: stretch a point To make an exception.
- idiom: to the point Concerning or with relevance to the matter at hand: remarks that were to the point; rambled and would not speak to the point.
- at all pointsvisais atžvilgiais
- point of interrogation klaustukas
- point of viewpožiūris
- point of departure išsiuntimo punktas
- cardinal points pasaulio šalys