(As a noun)
Aim ( noun )
- The action of directing something at a target.
- The action of trying to achieve something.
- The target or goal that someone is trying to achieve.
- The purpose or intention of an action or decision.
- The direction in which something is pointing.
Middle english aym, from old english ǣm, from germanic *ēm, from proto-germanic *ēmaz (compare old norse æmi, old high german ēm, gothic ēm); akin to latin animus mind, spirit, greek ōmos shoulder.
- The aim of the game is to score the most points.
- She took aim and fired the gun.
- He has set his aim to become a doctor.
- The aim of the policy is to reduce unemployment.
- The rocket's aim was off.
(As a verb)
Aim ( verb )
- To direct something at a target.
- To try to achieve something.
- To point something in a particular direction.
- To intend or plan to do something.
- To direct one's attention or efforts towards a goal.
From aim, noun.
- She aimed the gun at the target and fired.
- He aims to finish the project by next week.
- The company aims to increase its market share.
- The camera was aimed at the stage.
- She aimed her comments at the audience.
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