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    On point

    "be the one on point" or simply "on point"

    What does it mean? An example would be much appreciated.


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    Re: On point

    "on point" means in the front or first.

    or

    it can mean "on topic".

    it depends on the context...


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    Re: On point

    My bet I didn't give the context. In any case your answer solves my problem.

    Thank you.

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