What Is Your Point?

What is an example of poison?

The definition of a poison is a substance that destroys, makes sick or kills, or anything that is harmful to happiness.

An example of a poison is cyanide.

An example of a poison is a negative attitude that destroys a positive environment..

What is your favorite poison?

Definition of what’s your poison? informal + old-fashioned. —used to ask what kind of alcoholic drink someone wants to be served.

What do you say when you understand something?

You can do that by saying:OK / Alright / Sure.Got it.OK, I get it now / That’s clear, thank you.Fair enough / I see where you’re coming from / I take your point / That makes sense.Of course / Absolutely.I appreciate why you think that, but…I hear what you’re saying, but…When You Understand Someone’s Feelings:More items…•

Is touching base a good subject line?

It’s also a great alternative to overused subject lines such as, “Checking in” or “Touching base,” which have zero value. Not only do they come off as wasteful and inconsiderate of the prospect’s time, they simply don’t work. In fact, “Touching base” was found to fail 50% of the time.

Is touch base Formal?

“Touch base (with someone)” is an idiom. It is Informal.

What’s your poison means?

Definition of what’s your poison? informal + old-fashioned. —used to ask what kind of alcoholic drink someone wants to be served.

What’s your pleasure meaning?

Definition of what’s your pleasure? informal. —used to ask what drink someone would like to be served.

Is it stay in touch or keep in touch?

Originally Answered: what’s the difference between keep in touch and stay in touch? I’d say it involves frequency. If you want someone to Stay in Touch, it means to be in contact more often. Keep in Touch means less often, but don’t disappear.

What does your point mean?

The “point” is a conclusion and before that is the argument leading to that conclusion. You prove your point through the argument. You set up the point in the introduction, you qualify your point through your argument and you get to your point in the conclusion.

Can I touch base with you?

touch base. to talk to someone for a short time to find out how they are or what they think about something: I just wanted to quickly touch base with you: did you get an email from my secretary about the meeting?

What can I say instead of touch base?

“Touch Base” Alternatives1) “I’ll call you at [date and time] to [gauge your progress, see if you have any questions, review your work].” … 2) “Can we meet for [X minutes] sometime [this week, next month, next quarter] to discuss [topic]?” … 3) “Let’s check in via [email, Skype, Slack, text, a phone call] once [X benchmark is hit].”More items…•

Do you get my point meaning?

get the point. To understand, comprehend, or grasp something. Yeah, I get the point, Mom—I won’t leave my bike in the driveway anymore.

How do you touch base with someone?

touch base (with someone) to talk briefly with someone: I’ll touch base with him later to tell him about the meeting.

What does I take your point mean?

take someone’s point. Understand what someone is saying, concede the truth of what someone said, as in Am I taking your point correctly when you say you disagree but do not object? [

What does it mean when someone says touch base?

touch base. to talk to someone for a short time to find out how they are or what they think about something: I just wanted to quickly touch base with you: did you get an email from my secretary about the meeting? Informal talking & conversation. a problem shared is a problem halved idiom.

What does it mean to get in touch?

English Language Learners Definition of touched : having a small amount of something. : having emotional feelings because you are grateful or pleased by what someone has done or said. informal + old-fashioned : slightly crazy.

Do you see my point?

see (someone’s) point To understand and/or come to agree with a particular point someone is trying to make. A: “The early flight might be cheaper, but we won’t enjoy our first day there because we’ll be so tired!” B: “OK, I see your point.