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point (sth/sb) out

verb uk phrasal verb with point   /pɔɪnt/ us  
to make a person notice someone or something, sometimes by holding up one of your fingers towards him, her, or it: If you see her, please point her out to me. The tour guide pointed out the inscription that runs round the inside of the dome.
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in Chinese (Traditional) 指明,指出…
in Chinese (Simplified) 指明,指出…
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