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aim

noun [C] (INTENTION) 打算     /eɪm/
a result that your plans or actions are intended to achieve 目标,目的;意图 My main aim in life is to be a good husband and father. 我人生的主要目标是做一个好丈夫和好爸爸。 Our short-term aim is to deal with our current financial difficulties, but our long-term aim is to improve the company's profitability. 我们的短期目标是解决当前的财政困难,但长远目标是提高公司的盈利水平。 The leaflet has been produced with the aim of increasing public awareness of the disease. 印发该传单的目的是为了提高公众对这种疾病的认识。 Goals and purposes
Translations of “aim”
in Arabic هَدَف…
in Korean 목적…
in Malaysian rancangan…
in French ambition…
in Turkish amaç, hedef…
in Italian scopo, proposito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 打算, 目標,目的, 意圖…
in Russian цель…
in Polish cel…
in Vietnamese mục tiêu…
in Spanish objetivo, meta…
in Portuguese objetivo…
in Thai เป้าหมาย…
in German das Ziel…
in Catalan objectiu…
in Japanese 目的, 目標, ねらい…
in Indonesian tujuan…
(Definition of aim noun (INTENTION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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