1. point out
When we want to tell somebody something or inform them of something, usually something we think they don’t know we will use point out. I want to point out that I have also been on time every day without exception.
I would like to point out how important she is to us.
as pointed out in / to point out a mistake
She tried in vain to point out to him the unfairness of his actions.
I feel I should point out how dangerous it is.
I am therefore entitled to point out the weaknesses.
That is why I would like to point out that the single market is now in danger.
Particulary, this procedure describes alogical model to point out activities and...
Particulary, this procedure describes a logical model to point out activities
I would like to point out a couple of areas that were particularly important to us.
He was always very keen to point out my mistakes.
I need to point out voices carry.
I would like to point out how important... /point out couple of areas...
Opponents of censorship point out that television programmes are already regulated.
Angielskie słowo "señalar" (point out) występuje w zestawach:Basic Phrasal Verbs - Verbos Preposicionales BasícosScandal a criminal, a whorePhrasal Verbsphrasal verbs
2. to point at
Angielskie słowo "señalar" (to point at) występuje w zestawach:Basic verbs - Verbos básicosBasic Verbs - Verbos Básicos1st & 2nd Grade verbs