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The point of a gun.
Under or as if under the threat of being shot.
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1. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) the muzzle of a gun
2. at gunpoint being under or using the threat of being shot
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the point or aim of a gun.Idioms:
at gunpoint, under threat of being shot.
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gunpoint[ˈgʌnpɔɪnt] N at gunpoint → a punta de pistola
to hold sb at gunpoint → tener a algn a punta de pistola
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