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    be point in

    Good morning, I woul like to ask:
    how could I use this structure: BE POINT IN?
    I have this example:
    My watch was so badly damaged that there was no point in keeping it.
    But I don't understand very well
    thanksss

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    Re: be point in

    Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary
    ▪ There's no point in getting upset. [=there is no reason to get upset]

    The word "point" here means "the purpose or aim of something."

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