have a point

have a point (there)

Said when someone's point of view or opinion makes sense. A: "It's snowing—should we really go out for ice cream?" B: "Hmm, you have a point there." A: "I don't think we need to add that chart to the report, considering all of the others we have." B: "Yeah, you have a point there."
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have a ˈpoint (there)

have made a good suggestion; have a good idea: He’s got a point there; if you sell the house now you’ll lose money, so why not wait till next year?Animal rights campaigners have a point when they say that a lot of animal testing is unnecessary.
See also: have, point