Definition of 'point out'
Example sentences containing 'point out'
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The paper went to some pains to point out that the `vast majority" of prearrangement companies dealt honestly with their customers. NO BODYSatisfied by Evelyn's reaction, she proceeded to point out sundry other striking features. CHALLENGE FOR THE CHALET SCHOOL`Correction, you told me not to leave the club," Whitlock was quick to point out. CODE BREAKER
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Translations for 'point out'
British English: point out /pɔɪnt aʊt/ VERB
If you point out an object or place to someone, you direct their attention to it.
Now and then they would stop to point things out to each other.
- American English: point out
- Arabic: يُوَضِّحُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: indicar
- Chinese: 指出
- Croatian: istaknuti
- Czech: upozornit
- Danish: påpege
- Dutch: wijzen naar
- European Spanish: señalar indicar
- Finnish: tuoda esiin
- French: faire remarquer
- German: hinweisen auf
- Greek: υποδεικνύω
- Italian: evidenziare
- Japanese: 指摘する
- Korean: 가리키다
- Norwegian: påpeke
- Polish: zwrócić czyjąś uwagę
- European Portuguese: indicar
- Romanian: a preciza
- Russian: указывать
- Spanish: señalar enseñar con el dedo
- Swedish: peka ut
- Thai: มุ่งไปที่
- Turkish: dikkatini çekmek
- Ukrainian: вказувати
- Vietnamese: chỉ ra
Definition of point out from the Collins English Dictionary
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