- 1.1 (determine) [position/aircraft] localizar* or (in Latin America also/en América Latina también) ubicar* con exactitud to pinpoint the causes/origins of the problem establecer* con exactitud cuáles son las causas/los orígenes del problema it's difficult to pinpoint the exact moment when … es difícil precisar exactamente en qué momento …More example sentences1.2 (pick out) [fact] señalar
- As it turns out, Norm's palate was unfailing, and he had accurately pinpointed the source of his starter.
- So Mum told her about the pages from the phone book found beside each murder victim, seemingly pinpointing the identity of the killer's next target.
- Speaking at the scene, he said new information about the location of the youth's body had been received, pinpointing the two possible spots.
- puntito (masculine) (before noun/delante del nombre) pinpoint accuracy precisión (feminine) milimétricaMore example sentences
- In the middle of the blackness, there was a tiny pinpoint of light.
- As the woman made to get off the boulder she was perched upon, a tiny pinpoint of yellow light flashed upon the horizon, something which was almost invisible.
- She felt a warm dot on her forehead, like a tiny pinpoint of light.