pinpoint

Emphasis vs Pinpoint - What's the difference?

emphasis | pinpoint |


As nouns the difference between emphasis and pinpoint

is that emphasis is special weight or forcefulness given to something considered important while pinpoint is the point of a pin.

As an adjective pinpoint is

extremely precise or specific, especially regarding location.

As a verb pinpoint is

to identify or locate precisely or with great accuracy.

Pinpoint vs Broadcloth - What's the difference?

pinpoint | broadcloth |


As nouns the difference between pinpoint and broadcloth

is that pinpoint is the point of a pin while broadcloth is a fine smooth-faced woolen cloth for men’s garments, usually of double width (ie, a yard and a half); -- so called in distinction from woolens three quarters of a yard wide.

As an adjective pinpoint

is extremely precise or specific, especially regarding location.

As a verb pinpoint

is to identify or locate precisely or with great accuracy.

Note vs Pinpoint - What's the difference?

note | pinpoint |


As nouns the difference between note and pinpoint

is that note is while pinpoint is the point of a pin.

As an adjective pinpoint is

extremely precise or specific, especially regarding location.

As a verb pinpoint is

to identify or locate precisely or with great accuracy.

Observe vs Pinpoint - What's the difference?

observe | pinpoint |


As verbs the difference between observe and pinpoint

is that observe is while pinpoint is to identify or locate precisely or with great accuracy.

As a noun pinpoint is

the point of a pin.

As an adjective pinpoint is

extremely precise or specific, especially regarding location.

Pinpoint vs Highlight - What's the difference?

pinpoint | highlight |


As nouns the difference between pinpoint and highlight

is that pinpoint is the point of a pin while highlight is an area or a spot in a drawing, painting, or photograph that is strongly illuminated.

As verbs the difference between pinpoint and highlight

is that pinpoint is to identify or locate precisely or with great accuracy while highlight is to make prominent; emphasize.

As an adjective pinpoint

is extremely precise or specific, especially regarding location.

Specify vs Pinpoint - What's the difference?

specify | pinpoint | Related terms |

Specify is a related term of pinpoint.


As verbs the difference between specify and pinpoint

is that specify is to state explicitly, or in detail, or as a condition while pinpoint is to identify or locate precisely or with great accuracy.

As a noun pinpoint is

the point of a pin.

As an adjective pinpoint is

extremely precise or specific, especially regarding location.

Indicate vs Pinpoint - What's the difference?

indicate | pinpoint | Related terms |

Indicate is a related term of pinpoint.


As verbs the difference between indicate and pinpoint

is that indicate is to point out; to discover; to direct to a knowledge of; to show; to make known while pinpoint is to identify or locate precisely or with great accuracy.

As a noun pinpoint is

the point of a pin.

As an adjective pinpoint is

extremely precise or specific, especially regarding location.

Pinpoint vs Call - What's the difference?

pinpoint | call | Related terms |

Pinpoint is a related term of call.


As nouns the difference between pinpoint and call

is that pinpoint is the point of a pin while call is a telephone conversation.

As verbs the difference between pinpoint and call

is that pinpoint is to identify or locate precisely or with great accuracy while call is (lb) to use one's voice .

As an adjective pinpoint

is extremely precise or specific, especially regarding location.

Pointout vs Pinpoint - What's the difference?

pointout | pinpoint |


As a noun pinpoint is

the point of a pin.

As an adjective pinpoint is

extremely precise or specific, especially regarding location.

As a verb pinpoint is

to identify or locate precisely or with great accuracy.

Designate vs Pinpoint - What's the difference?

designate | pinpoint | Synonyms |

Designate is a synonym of pinpoint.


As adjectives the difference between designate and pinpoint

is that designate is designated; appointed; chosen while pinpoint is extremely precise or specific, especially regarding location.

As verbs the difference between designate and pinpoint

is that designate is to mark out and make known; to point out; to name; to indicate; to show; to distinguish by marks or description; to specify; as, to designate the boundaries of a country; to designate the rioters who are to be arrested while pinpoint is to identify or locate precisely or with great accuracy.

As a noun pinpoint is

the point of a pin.

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