get the point : Idioms in English

get the point

To understand the reason for something
Usage:
Richard just didn't get the point of changing into "house shoes"" once he came indoors. Shoes were shoes

get the point in News

  • One more time for Mr. Lincoln and history

    Mr. Parker didn’t get the point of my column about Memorial Day and Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address two weeks ago, so I’ll repeat the point here in fewer words: If you want to know the truth, you often must probe well below the surface veneer of popular history. read more
    on June 19, 2013 Source: The Fayette Citizen

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