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on point

Definition of on point in English:

chiefly US Apposite; relevant: his review of the album was right on point
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  • It pays off to go on the road and play the newer songs live, because the entire set made up from both albums sounded tight and on point.
  • So the viewer's idea is right on point, and it's my understanding from the releases we have seen that that's one of the first things the police looked into.
  • To uneducated listeners, that could sound right on point.
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