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bullseye
American English: /ˈbʊlzaɪ/
British English: /ˈbʊlzʌɪ/

Translation of bullseye in Spanish:

noun

  • 1.1 (middle of target)
    Example sentences
    • All the targets have 10 concentric rings with different points values, the inner ring being the bullseye and normally worth 10 points.
    • I've pretty much given up on trying to hit the bullseye on my target, so I now just try to hit the paper of the guy in the lane next to me, thereby making him think that he has a really lousy shot.
    • John Mooring checked bullseye for 21 darts, while Jack White included a maximum score as did Mark Hartley to game in 20.
    1.2 (shot) See examples: to score/be a bullseye
    hacer diana

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