verb (used with object)
- pinot blanc,
- pinot chardonnay,
- pinot grigio,
- pinot noir,
- pinpoint bombing,
- pins and needles,
- pins' syndrome
Origin of pinpoint
Examples from the Web for pinpointing
It is as hard as pinpointing potential serial killers from the general population.
But pinpointing a proper dose is challenging, as are the ethics of involving patients with early-stage cancers, he says.
She's very good at pinpointing the feeling of how it progresses, the ways to keep yourself grounded.
Now as to that last factor, would the X-rays be of material assistance to you in pinpointing the specific locale of the exit?Warren Commission (2 of 26): Hearings Vol. II (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
The drivers pressed close in on him, pinpointing him in the middle of the intersection.The Glory of Ippling|Helen M. Urban
also pin-point, "point of a pin," 1849, from pin (n.) + point (n.). Taken into aeronautics in sense "place identified from the air," hence verb meaning "locate precisely" (1917), which originally was aviators' slang. Related: Pinpointed; pinpointing. As an adjective, "performed with precisional accuracy," 1944, originally of aerial bombing.