point\ out


point\ out
1. III
point out smth., smb. point out a semaphore (a spire, a landmark, the flowers you would like me to cut for you, the man who did it, etc.) указывать /показывать/ на семафор и т.д.; point out the place you told me about укажите то место, о котором вы мне говорили; point out smb.'s mistakes (smb.'s influence, the advantage of the proposal, difficulties, etc.) обращать чье-л. внимание на ошибки и т.д.
2. XI
be pointed out as smb., smth. I had seen him pointed out as the captain of the team я видел, что на него указывали как на капитана команды; this picture was pointed out as a masterpiece на эту картину указывали как на шедевр; be pointed out to smb. the difficulties were pointed out to him его внимание обратили на трудности
3. XII
have smth. pointed out he had the danger (the difficulty, the consequences, etc.) pointed out его внимание обратили /ему указали/ на опасность и т.д.
4. XXI1
point out smb., smth. to (for) smb. point out the man you suspect (the finest picture, the place you had spoken of, etc.) to smb. указывать кому-л. на человека, которого подозреваешь и т.д.; point out to smb. the advantage of her plan (his duty, the folly of his conduct, etc.) указывать кому-л. на преимущества ее плана и т.д.; point out an object in the sky (lines for further investigation, etc.) указывать /показывать/ на какой-то предмет в небе и т.д.
5. XXIV2
point out smb. /smb. out/ as possessing some quality nothing seems to point him out as guilty ничто, казалось, не указывало на его виновность
6. XXV
point out that... point out that he is wrong (that delay is unwise, that there was little chance of success, etc.) указывать на то, что он неправ и т.д.
7. XXVII2
point out to smb. that... point out to smb. that he is wrong указывать кому-л. на то, что он неправ

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • point out — index apprise, bear (adduce), charge (instruct on the law), comment, convey (communicate), demonstrate ( …   Law dictionary

  • point out — [v] call attention to advert, allude, bring up, denote, designate, identify, indicate, mention, refer, remind, reveal, show, specify; concepts 49,73,261 Ant. distract …   New thesaurus

  • point out — verb 1. make or write a comment on (Freq. 42) he commented the paper of his colleague • Syn: ↑comment, ↑notice, ↑remark • Derivationally related forms: ↑remark (for: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • point out — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you point out an object or place, you make people look at it or show them where it is. [V n P] They kept standing up to take pictures and point things out to each other... [V P n (not pron)] They d already driven along the… …   English dictionary

  • point out — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms point out : present tense I/you/we/they point out he/she/it points out present participle pointing out past tense pointed out past participle pointed out 1) to show someone who a person is or where something… …   English dictionary

  • point out — Synonyms and related words: address to, advert, advert to, allude, allude to, assign, be taken as, bring to attention, bring to notice, bring up, call attention to, cite, conduct to, denominate, denote, designate, determine, direct attention to,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • point out — phr verb Point out is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑article, ↑critic, ↑report, ↑sceptic, ↑writer Point out is used with these nouns as the object: ↑direction, ↑discrepancy, ↑error, ↑fault, ↑feature, ↑ …   Collocations dictionary

  • point out — v. 1) (B) she pointed out the sights to us 2) (L; to) they pointed out (to us) that such investments would be risky * * * (B) she point outed out the sights to us (L; to) they point outed out (to us) that such investments would be risky …   Combinatory dictionary

  • point out — {v.} 1. To show by pointing with the finger; point to; make clear the location of. * /The guide pointed out the principal sights of the city./ 2. To bring to notice; call to attention; explain. * /The policeman pointed out that the law forbids… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • point out — {v.} 1. To show by pointing with the finger; point to; make clear the location of. * /The guide pointed out the principal sights of the city./ 2. To bring to notice; call to attention; explain. * /The policeman pointed out that the law forbids… …   Dictionary of American idioms

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