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point-to-point

[ point-tuh-point ]
/ ˈpɔɪnt təˈpɔɪnt /
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noun
a cross-country horse race between specified points, in which each rider is often free to select his or her own course between the points.
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Origin of point-to-point

First recorded in 1880–85
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British Dictionary definitions for point-to-point

point-to-point

noun
British
  1. a steeplechase organized by a recognized hunt or other body, usually restricted to amateurs riding horses that have been regularly used in hunting
  2. (as modifier)a point-to-point race
adjective
(of a route) from one place to the next
(of a radiocommunication link) from one point to another, rather than broadcast
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