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aim sth at sb

phrasal verb with aim uk   us   /eɪm/ verb
B2 If information is aimed at a particular group of people, it is made known in a way that influences them or makes them interested in something: These advertisements are specifically aimed at young people.
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in Chinese (Traditional) 使…針對(某人), 將(某人)定為…的對象…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使…针对(某人), 将(某人)定为…的对象:…
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