talking to the point, ...

talking to the point, ...
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  • come to the point — or[get to the point] {v. phr.} To talk about the important thing; reach the important facts of the matter; reach the central question or fact. * /Henry was giving a lot of history and explanation, but his father asked him to come to the point./ * …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • come to the point — or[get to the point] {v. phr.} To talk about the important thing; reach the important facts of the matter; reach the central question or fact. * /Henry was giving a lot of history and explanation, but his father asked him to come to the point./ * …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • get to the point — See: COME TO THE POINT …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • get to the point — See: COME TO THE POINT …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • (be) beside the point — be beside the ˈpoint idiom to not be important or closely related to the main thing you are talking about • Yes, I know it was an accident, but that s beside the point. • They took my words out of context, but that s beside the point. Main entry …   Useful english dictionary

  • come to the point — come/get/to the point phrase to stop talking about unimportant details and say what is most important We haven’t got all day, so please get to the point. Thesaurus: to mention something, or to be mentionedsynonym to admit that something is true …   Useful english dictionary

  • get to the point — come/get/to the point phrase to stop talking about unimportant details and say what is most important We haven’t got all day, so please get to the point. Thesaurus: to mention something, or to be mentionedsynonym to admit that something is true …   Useful english dictionary

  • beside the point — not relevant to the subject that you are considering or discussing What you are saying is beside the point. We are not talking about salary now …   Idioms and examples

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