Word: point

Category: point

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Related words: point

the point, high point, on point, to the point, cedar point, west point, power point, point park, center point, boiling point, point slope form, bullet point, point slope, cedar point tickets, exclamation point, breezy point, hi point

Synonyms: point

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: point

spanish
punto, mostrar, indicar, designar, enseñar


german
punkt, zielen, stelle, indizieren, weiche, ...

french
lieu, pointe, braquer, aiguiser, pointent, ...

italian
mostrare, punta, punto, indicare, puntare

portuguese
apontar, minúcia, pontos, ponto, assinalar, ...

dutch
punt, neus, tekenen, stadium, oog, ...

russian
момент, острие, стежок, вершина, наконечник, ...

norwegian
punkt, punktum, poeng, prikk, spiss

swedish
prick, punkt, spetsa

finnish
kärki, kohta, piste, näyttää, kärjistää, ...

danish
top, prik, punkt

czech
stupeň, zaostřit, špice, předmět, tečka, ...

polish
ostrzyć, przecinek, punkt, zamiar, pointa, ...

hungarian
ceruzahegy, ponteredmény, jellemvonás, konnektor, pontérték

turkish
nokta, ayrıntı, benek

greek
στίγμα, αιχμή, επισημαίνω, δείχνω

ukrainian
їдко, гостро, болісно, болюче

albanian
pikë

bulgarian
точка

estonian
osutama, punkt, pöörmesulg

croatian
točku, bod, mjesto, vrh, pojedinost

icelandic
oddur, liður, nes, benda

lithuanian
taškas, detalė

latvian
sīkums, detaļa, punkts

romanian
punct, detaliu

slovenian
označit, špica

slovak
bod, ukázať

Popularity stats: point

Most searched by regions

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Most searched by cities

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The meaning and "use of": point

noun
  • the tapered, sharp end of a tool, weapon, or other object.
  • a dot or other punctuation mark, in particular a period.
  • a particular spot, place, or position in an area or on a map, object, or surface.
  • a single item or detail in an extended discussion, list, or text.
  • (in sports and games) a mark or unit of scoring.
  • each of thirty-two directions marked at equal distances around a compass.
  • a narrow piece of land jutting out into a lake or ocean.
  • a unit of measurement for type sizes and spacing, which in the US and UK is one twelfth of a pica, or 0.013835 inch (0.351 mm), and in Europe is 0.015 inch (0.376 mm).
  • a frontcourt position, usually manned by the guard who sets up the team's defense.
  • each of a set of electrical contacts in the distributor of a motor vehicle.
  • a small leading party of an advanced guard of troops.
  • the extremities of an animal, typically a horse or cat, such as the face, paws, and tail of a Siamese cat.
  • a spot to which a straight run is made.
  • a tagged piece of ribbon or cord used for lacing a garment or attaching breeches to a doublet.
  • a short piece of cord for tying up a reef in a sail.
  • the action or position of a dog in pointing.
  • an important phrase or subject, especially in a contrapuntal composition.

verb
  • direct someone's attention to the position or direction of something, typically by extending one's finger.
  • give force or emphasis to (words or actions).
  • fill in or repair the joints of (brickwork, a brick structure, or tiling) with smoothly finished mortar or cement.
  • give a sharp, tapered point to.
  • insert points in (written Hebrew).

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