point down to

point down to (someone or something)

To direct, aim, or indicate directly downward in the direction of someone or something. You need to put up a sign that points down to your shop or something, because it's impossible to find your place when you walk by! He pointed down to a man on the ground floor when I asked who was in charge of security in the mall.
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point down to something

to aim downward to something. The sign pointed down to the little bell sitting on the counter. The room clerk pointed down the stairs to a little cafe on the lower level.
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Yet even at match point down to such a tough opponent, not for a moment did Hewitt - who thrashed Gustavo Kuerten in Sunday's final - imagine he was beaten.
The Trojans' offensive ineptitude was most evident during a forgettable five- plus-minute stretch in the first half, when they misfired themselves from a point down to a 25-12 deficit.
The Trojans' offensive ineptitude was most evident during a forgettable five-plus minute stretch in the first half, when the Trojans misfired themselves from a point down to a 25-12 deficit.