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aim

verb /eim/
(usually with at, for) to point or direct something at; to try to hit or reach etc
apuntar
He picked up the rifle and aimed it at the target.
(with to, at) to plan, intend or to have as one’s purpose
pretender, tener la intención, proponerse
He aims at finishing tomorrow We aim to please our customers.
aimless adjective without purpose
sin objetivo, sin proposito fijo
She felt that she was leading an aimless life.
aimlessly adverb
sin objetivo
He spent the afternoon wandering aimlessly through the streets.
aimlessness noun
falta de objetivo
the aimlessness of existence.
take aim to aim
apuntar
He took aim at the target.
(Definition of aim from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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