Examples of focal point in a Sentence
This port was the focal point of trade two centuries ago.
Recent Examples of focal point from the Web
With defensive coordinator Conrad Hamilton in charge, Dedrick should become a focal point.
In times of global political uncertainty, the American flag has become a focal point on which Americans seek to reassert control.
Germany has become the focal point of troubling questions about Europe’s political fragility and the decline of globalization.
That is, until Cheryl's mom became the focal point.
More recently, this sprawling golf club, with 54 holes, has become something else: the focal point of a raging, citywide debate about how to use Hong Kong’s scarcest and most valuable resource, land.
Despite that, Schubert has become the focal point of protesters who want the officers charged in the shooting, and groups have begun loud vigils outside her building three times a week.
The facility became a focal point of the corruption case that sent Rowland to prison after it was revealed that his administration gave the Tomasso Brothers Inc. an advantage in winning the contract to build it.
But this week, suspected political bias at Facebook became a focal point once again, with Diamond and Silk at the epicenter.
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FOCAL POINT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of focal point for English Language Learners
: a center of activity, interest, or attention
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