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bullseye

noun uk   us   /ˈbʊl.zaɪ/

bullseye noun (CENTRE)

[C usually singular] the circular centre of the object aimed at in games such as darts , or the shot or throw that hits this: I was amazed when I got a bullseye.

bullseye noun (SWEET)

[C] UK a hard, round sweet that tastes of mint
Translations of “bullseye”
in Korean 과녁의 정중앙…
in Arabic نُقطة الهَدَف المركَزِيّة…
in Portuguese mosca (do alvo)…
in Catalan diana…
in Japanese (ダーツなどの)標的の真ん中…
in Italian centro…
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