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- n. The point at which a slow, reversible change becomes irreversible, often with dramatic consequences.
- n. The point in time at which some new technology becomes mainstream.
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She suddenly hiccupped, and William tucked her against his side with a sigh of defeat, guessing that if drink number five was her tipping point for stupidity, number four must be her point of calamity.
When we gather the Remnant together, you will create a powerful movement that will become the tipping point within human nations.
The decision by New York State, the largest and most profitable domestic market for films, to start its Motion Picture Commission was apparently the tipping point for the industry.