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aim at

phrasal verb with aim uk   us   /eɪm/ verb
to produce something for a particular purpose or a particular group of people: aim at doing sth The new budget aims at providing extra support for the unemployed.be aimed at sb/sth The new photo editing software is being aimed at mobile application developers.
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