Definition of point of order in English:

point of order

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A query in a formal debate or meeting as to whether correct procedure is being followed.
More example sentences
  • The member did not say whether that was a point of order or a supplementary question.
  • Whether the points of order are valid is a completely different question.
  • In his point of order the member asked whether the Minister addressed the question.

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