Definitions of "point"
  1. A specific aspect, idea, or concern related to law
  2. One of the many small increments used to determine, compute, or set something
  3. A measurement unit employed in sentencing, influenced by a range of factors including aggravating or mitigating circumstances
  4. A standard unit applied for evaluating securities' prices and the worth of markets
  5. A fee equivalent to one percent of the loan amount, charged to a borrower during the finalization of a loan agreement
How to use "point" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer raised a crucial point regarding the evidence before the court.
  2. The cost of the product increased by two points due to increased production cost.
  3. The judge added two points to the defendant's sentence due to the severity of the crime.
  4. The stock market moved up by 50 points, indicating a positive trend.
  5. The borrower was charged two points at closing, increasing the overall cost of the loan.

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