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point

Noun

Singular
point

Plural
points

 

  1. A point is a position with no size, or a small dot. <> ƙaramin ɗigo.
    These two lines meet at this point. <> Waɗannan layukan sun haɗu a wannan ɗigon.
  2. A point is the sharp end of a knife or other sharp thing. <> tsini
    He used the point of the knife to make a hole in the can. <> Ya yi amfani da tsinin wuƙar don ya zungura rami a cikin garwar.
  3. The point of something is the reason or purpose for it. <> ma'ana, dalili ko manufar abu
    The whole point of coming here was to plant this tree. <> Gabaɗaya dalilin da ya kawo ni zuwa nan, shine kawai don shuka wannan bishiyar.
  4. (colloquial) A point is a dot between two numbers. To the dot's right, you find a decimal. ɗigo tsakanin numbobi. Ana kiran abun da aka samu a dama ɗigon gidan goma
    The price has gone up by two point five percent.
  5. lokaci
    At some point early humans needed to cover up [1] <> A wani lokaci bukatar rufe jiki da sutura ta taba bijiro wa mutanen da [2]

Verb

Plain form (yanzu)
point

3rd-person singular (ana cikin yi)
points

Past tense (ya wuce)
pointed

Past participle (ya wuce)
pointed

Present participle (ana cikin yi)
pointing

 

  1. nunawa, nuna wani ko wani abu da yatsa. <> To point at something is to hold one finger (or a stick, arrow or other long, thin thing) in the direction of the thing so that people will look at the thing.
    He pointed her toward the gate.
  2. rubuta ayoyin rubutu <> punctuate
  3. nuna bindiga <> point a gun
  4. kaifafa abu (sharpen)


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