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Oxford dictionary definition of the word aim:
1 [with object] point or direct (a weapon or camera) at a target:
aim the camcorder at some suitable object
aim for the middle of the target
direct (a missile or blow) at someone or something:
she had aimed the bottle at Gary’s head
(aim something at) direct information, a product, or an action towards (a particular group):
the TV campaign is aimed at the 16-24 age group
2 [no object] have the intention of achieving:
the programme will aim at deepening understanding
we aim to give you the best possible service
1a purpose or intention; a desired outcome:
our primary aim is to achieve financial discipline
2 [in singular] the directing of a weapon or missile at a target:
his aim was perfect
must women who aim high be more hard-working than the men?
point a weapon or camera at a target:
Kearny took aim with his pistol
take aim, fire!
Middle English: from Old French amer, variant of esmer (from Latin aestimare ‘assess, estimate’), reinforced by aemer, aesmer (from late Latin adaestimare, intensified form of aestimare)