I just used the expression speak up to the point as a way of saying:
- Express without blathering
- Get directly to the actualy point
Have I used this expression correctly? Are there any other better expressions suited to this meaning?
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Be relevant and to the point:
CEPR: The Washington Post Wants Seniors to Take a Hit
Given the combination of a dumbed down audience, a sock puppet media run by the 1% and a phalanx of economists and pundits who will not or cannot speak up to the point that the primary prey pursued is not the problem, it's easy for the dogs to attack the primary prey by exploiting the secondary prey …
animonks blog: Write Your Script in The Right Way
For a proper engagement of the audience in your explainer video or the explainer script; it is highly essential to talk on what exactly your viewers want to know from your end. Because speaking something which is known to them is a waste. So, be straightforward and speak up to the point without wasting much of the time in other aspects like features, technology behind your product.
The expression is only gaining ground in recent times.