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    prove a point


    When somebody proves a point, does it mean he wants to provide some proofs that something was or wasn't etc.?


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    Re: prove a point

    When somebody proves a point he establishes the truth of his argument.

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    Re: prove a point

    He doesn't just want to, he does. There is a point (a belief/way of thinking/theory) and he proves it (='shows that it's right').


    PS - our posts clashed. I wasn't disagreeing with Ron
    Last edited by BobK; 08-Feb-2009 at 16:49. Reason: PS added

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