1So as to miss or fail to achieve the thing aimed at: his shot was off-target [as adjective]: two off-target bombs
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- Most of the troops dropped by airplane were thirty-five miles off target.
- David Whittle had a half chance late in the first half but his shot from 25 yards was just off target.
- Last year some 45% of hospitals missed the target, and so far this year 70% are off target.
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