Sentence examples of "points" in French

Quels sont tes points forts ? What are your strong points?
Jimmy était intensément jaloux des points présents dans le nom de Zoë. Jimmy was intensely jealous of the dots in Zoë's name.
Note les principaux points du discours. Take down the main points of the speech.
Notre équipe a deux points d'avance. Our team is two points ahead.
Chaque homme a ses propres points forts. Every man has his own strong points.
Et finalement, douze points à l'Estonie! And finally, twelve points to Estonia!
Il va marquer plus de dix points. He will chalk up more than ten points.
En football américain un touchdown vaut six points. In American football, a touchdown scores six points.
L'indice boursier a chuté de 200 points hier. The stock price index was off 200 points yesterday.
Il y a quelques points où tu te trompes. There are a few points where you are mistaken.
Pourquoi n'as-tu pas noté les points importants ? Why didn't you note down the points?
Il y a certainement quelques points qui méritent réflexion. There are certainly some points worth considering.
Je n'ai pas compris les points essentiels de son discours. I couldn't get the point of his speech.
La Chine et le Japon sont différents sur bien des points. China and Japan differ in many points.
Les bons points : Le plaisir de se débarrasser des ennemis avec de nombreux combos [Jeu]. Good points: The pleasure of disposing of enemies with a variety of combos.
Les racines de l'arbre ont percé à travers le ciment à différents points le long du trottoir. The tree roots have burst through the cement at several points along the sidewalk.
La différence entre une fonction strictement quasi-linéaire et une fonction quasi-linéaire est que, dans le deuxième cas, la différence finie entre deux points au hasard peut être égale à zéro. The difference between a strictly quasilinear function and a quasilinear function is that, in the second case, the finite difference between two random points may be equal to zero.
Votre réponse est au point. Your answer is to the point.
Pour passer d'une phrase à l'autre, Tom tendait son bras. Mary le saisissait fermement et sautait par-dessus le point en évitant de tomber dans l'espace. In order to cross from one sentence to the other, Tom was stretching out his arm. Mary clinged firmly on to it and jumped over the dot, avoiding to fall in the space.
Le coureur a atteint le point de mi-parcours. The runner had reached the halfway mark.
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