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15 / 03 / 2004

TO GET TO THE POINT: meaning and examples

Good morning. I hope you had a good weekend.

Today's expression is: to get to the point.

It means: to stop talking about unimportant details and speak about what is most important.

Example 1
I don't have much time, can you please get to the point.

Example 2
After lots of small talk, he finally got to the point and gave us the details we were interested in.

As you have probably understood, get to the point is the equivalent of "ir al grano". This expression is used a lot in conversation.

Enjoy the rest of your day!

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