To agree with the point you just made after having to paraphrase it because of lanugage usage.

Used mainly by corporate America executives talking in a high level of vocabulary sprinkled with a great amount corporate jargon.

Subordinates tend to paraphrase the words to verify understanding.
Executive: "Please dial down through this white paper presentation to ensure that all stakeholders are concur and agree with the results."

Non-Executive: "So read the report and make sure it's correct."

Executive: "That's my point exactly."
by downtownatlantaga November 06, 2009
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