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drive your message/point home

to state something in a very forceful and effective way: The speaker really drove his message home, repeating his main point several times.
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Translations of “drive your message/point home”
in Chinese (Simplified) 充分表达想法,透彻说明观点…
in Chinese (Traditional) 充分表達想法,透徹說明觀點…
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