Definition of down-point in English:

down-point

Pronunciation /ˌdaʊnˈpɔɪnt/

verb

historical, rare
  • To lower the value in points of (something rationed).

    With reference to the rationing system in place in the United Kingdom during and immediately after the Second World War (1939–45).

Origin

1940s; earliest use found in The Scotsman. From down- + point.