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    to miss/understand the point

    What it the opposite of "to miss the point (of sth.)" ?

    E.g.:
    I think you missed (= did not understand) the point of what she was saying. => what is the opposite expression of "to miss" here? How do you say "I think you did understand the point..." in other words?

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    Re: to miss/understand the point

    I think you get the point / got the point.


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    Re: to miss/understand the point

    Thank you... I thought it would be something "get" :).

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