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aim
British English: /eɪm/
American English: /eɪm/

Translation of aim in Arabic:

transitive verb/فعل متعد

  • 1 (to point)
    (Form II) (a gun, camera)
    he aimed the pistol at me
    وَجَّهَ المُسَدَّسَ إلَيَّ
  • 2 (to direct)
    (Form II) (a kick, blow)
    he aimed a punch at me
    سَدَّدَ لَكْمةً إلَيَّ
  • 3 (to orientate)
    (Form II) (a campaign, film)
    the programme is aimed at teenagers
    البَرْنامِجُ مُوَجَّهٌ للمُراهِقينَ

intransitive verb/فعل غير متعد

  • 1 (to direct a gun, stone)
    (Form II)
    to aim at somebody/something
    سَدَّدَ إلى شَخْصٍ \ شَيْءٍ
  • 2 (to intend)
    (stem vowel = u) (Form I)
    to aim to do something
    هَدَفَ إلى فِعْلِ شَيْءٍ

noun/اسم

  • 1 (with a gun) See examples:to take aim at somebody/something
    سَدَّدَ إلى شَخْصٍ \ شَيْءٍ
  • 2
    (objective)
    my aim is to finish it tomorrow
    هَدَفي أنْ أُنْهيهِ غَداً

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