- What does I take your point mean?
- What word means to the point?
- What does it mean to be beside oneself?
- How do you say the point?
- What is the meaning of immaterial?
- What’s another word for main point?
- What word means short and to the point?
- What does it mean to get straight to the point?
- What is the meaning of beside the point?
- What do you say when you understand something?
- What means beside?
What does I take your point mean?
take (one’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 take your point..
What word means to the point?
Similar words for to the point: brief (adjective) … pertinent (adjective) relevant (adjective) terse (adjective) trenchant (adjective)
What does it mean to be beside oneself?
In American English, you can simply say “I’m beside myself” to mean you are shocked or very upset. For example, if you have a bad fight with a close friend, you might be beside yourself. You might scream, write your friend an angry letter, or just go somewhere by yourself and cry.
How do you say the point?
to the pointapplicable,apposite,apropos,germane,material,pertinent,pointed,relative,More items…
What is the meaning of immaterial?
of no substantial consequence1 : of no substantial consequence : unimportant. 2 : not consisting of matter : incorporeal.
What’s another word for main point?
Synonyms for main point in English prominent; most important point; main point; main thing; main issue; main objective; central objective.
What word means short and to the point?
concise[ kuhn-sahys ] SEE DEFINITION OF concise. adj.short, to the point.
What does it mean to get straight to the point?
to get straight (or “right”) to the point: to address the main subject directly, without deviation.
What is the meaning of beside the point?
Also, beside the mark or question. Irrelevant, off the subject. For example, Whether you had insurance is beside the point; the accident is your fault.
What do you say when you understand something?
You can do that by saying:OK / Alright / Sure.Got it.OK, I get it now / That’s clear, thank you.Fair enough / I see where you’re coming from / I take your point / That makes sense.Of course / Absolutely.I appreciate why you think that, but…I hear what you’re saying, but…When You Understand Someone’s Feelings:More items…•
What means beside?
preposition. by or at the side of; near: Sit down beside me. compared with: Beside him other writers seem amateurish. apart from; not connected with: beside the point; beside the question.