Definition of action point in English:

action point

Syllabification: ac·tion point

noun

  • A specific proposal for action to be taken, typically one arising from a discussion or meeting.
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    • While the meeting went well, it left me with an irritating action point that kept me awake last night.
    • I raised action points from the meetings in Parliament and direct with ministers and York received extra help from the Government.
    • The new scheme is one of a number of action points identified in the authority's waste management strategy - produced to complement strategies for the region and for York and North Yorkshire.

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