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Get to the Point

Meaning/Usage: Used when someone is not providing the piece of information that is the most important.

Explanation: When someone is telling you something and they are going around in circles without coming to any conclusion or without providing the main point, you can use this by itself to tell someone to stop going around in circles and to tell you what they mean.

"Can you please get to the point?  You're taking forever."
"Get to the point, you're making no sense."
"If you can just get to the point maybe I can help you."

A.  "I am having a hard time trying to tell you what happened"
B.  "Just get to the point and maybe I will understand better."

Other Common Sentences

"Tell me what you mean."


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