set point Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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set pointnoun [C]

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If a ​tennisplayer or volleyballteam has a set ​point, that ​player or ​team will ​win the set if they ​win the next ​point.
(Definition of set point from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “set point”
in Chinese (Simplified) (网球比赛中的)盘点…
in Chinese (Traditional) (網球比賽中的)盤末點…
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