(someone's) point is well taken

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(someone's) point is well taken

Someone's idea, suggestion, or course of reasoning is understandable, and one is willing to accept, consider, or acknowledge it. Your point is well taken, Carl, but the company simply cannot afford to hire new staff at this point. A: "All I'm saying is that you had major regrets the last time you made a big purchase like this without thinking it through." B: "Hmm, your point is well taken. Maybe I should take a day or two to think about it."
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someone's point is well taken

someone's idea or opinion is accepted and appreciated. Your point is well taken and I will see that it is not forgotten.
See also: point, taken, well
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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