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Translation of "target" - English-Spanish dictionary

target

noun   /ˈtɑː·ɡɪt/
something or someone that you attack, shoot at, try to hit, etc. blanco It’s very difficult to hit a moving target.
something that you are trying to do objetivo I’m hoping to save £3,000 by June – that’s my target.
(Definition of target from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

target

noun /ˈtaːɡit/
a marked board or other object aimed at in shooting practice, competitions etc with a rifle, bow and arrow etc blanco His shots hit the target every time.
any object at which shots, bombs etc are directed blanco Their target was the royal palace.
a person, thing etc against which unfriendly comment or behaviour/behavior is directed blanco the target of criticism.
target language noun
the language into which a text is being translated Idioma Objetivo the difficulties of translating idiomatic expressions into the target language.
a foreign language which someone is learning Idioma Objectivo The final stage of the lesson gives the learners the opportunity to practise the target language in freer activities.
(Definition of target from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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