aimbot

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See also: Aimbot

English

Etymology

aim +‎ bot

Noun

aimbot (plural aimbots)

  1. (video games) A program or patch that allows the player to cheat by having the character's weapon aimed automatically.
    • 2021 May 2, Drachinifel, The Drydock - Episode 144[1], archived from the original on 26 September 2022, retrieved 19 November 2022, 3:58:12 from the start:
      For the British, in the first confrontation, [a range-clock system] probably would've been somewhat useful - especially if Iron Duke was giving the ranges, considering that thing seemed to have an aimbot installed - but it would've maybe only marginally improved things for the British, I think.

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Verb

aimbot (third-person singular simple present aimbots, present participle aimbotting, simple past and past participle aimbotted)

  1. (video games) To cheat in a video game using an aimbot.

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