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Translation of "aim" - English-Turkish dictionary

aim

verb     /eɪm/
aim for/at sth; aim to do sth
B1 to intend to achieve something bir şeyi başarmayı hedeflemek, amaçlamak I aim to arrive at three o'clock. We're aiming for a 10% increase in sales.Planning, expecting and arrangingPlotting and trapping
be aimed at sb
B2 to be intended to influence or affect a particular person or group bir grup ya da kişiyi etkilemek, etki altına almayı hedeflemiş olmak, amaç edinmek advertising aimed at studentsAiming and aimHandguns and rifles
be aimed at doing sth
to be intended to achieve a particular thing belli bir şeyi başarmayı hedeflemek a plan aimed at reducing trafficPlanning, expecting and arrangingPlotting and trapping
[I, T] to point a weapon towards someone or something silahla nişan almak, silahı bir hedefe doğrultmak He aimed the gun at the lion.Aiming and aimHandguns and rifles
(Definition of aim verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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