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- Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see aim, at.
- This gun is aimed at your head.
- To design for a particular audience
- I've created a program aimed at the educated over 40's
- (figuratively) To intend to do or achieve.
- I'm aiming at the Governorship of Kansas.
- 1960 March, “Testing a rebuilt "Merchant Navy" Pacific of the S.R.”, in Trains Illustrated, page 169:
- The general tenor of the report on No. 35020 is that all the improvements in performance aimed at in the rebuilding of these engines have been achieved.