Hindi translation of 'aim'
Word forms: aims, aiming, aimed
2. countable noun
1. transitive or intransitive verb
If you aim for something or aim to do it, you plan or hope to achieve it.कोई लक्ष्य रखना/का लक्ष्य होना
He said he would aim for the 100 metres world record. The appeal aims to raise money for children with special needs.
2. countable noun
The aim of something that you do is the purpose for which you do it.उद्देश्य mn
The aim of the festival is to increase awareness of Hindu culture.the aim of something the aim of a project/exercise/chapter/study achieve/accomplish/state/pursue an aim the main/ultimate/primary aim a stated/clear/long-term aim
The purpose of something is your reason for doing it. The aim of something is what you hope to achieve.
SET PHRASESaims and objectives
The main purpose of the visit was to attend the conference. The aim of the project is to encourage kids to write and read using internet technology.You can also talk about your goals or objectives. These are usually more specific results that you hope to achieve at the end of something.
the goal of a 40% reduction in waste The main objectives are to provide a quicker response in emergencies.
3. passive verb
If an action or plan is aimed at achieving something, it is intended to achieve it.का उद्देश्य होना
The plan is aimed at improving services.
4. transitive verb
If your action is aimed at a particular person, you intend it to affect and influence them.को लक्ष्य कर होना
Most of their advertisements are aimed at women.
5. transitive verb, singular noun
If you aim a weapon at someone or something, you point it towards them before firing. Your aim is the act of pointing a weapon at a target or your ability to hit the target.निशाना साधना/निशाना mn
He was aiming the rifle at Wade.
If you take aim at someone or something, you point a loaded weapon at them.निशाना साधना
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Example Sentences Including 'aim'
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The effects of systems may be quite different from their intended aims, which then leaves a contorted trail for the historian to uncover.The Times Literary Supplement (2013)
Some clubs are aimed at a particular business sector.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
They aim to increase home clients before expanding on the Continent.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
This programme aims to bring down the cost of borrowing for companies and spur spending and investing.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Those seeking to invest in the sector should first establish their principal aim.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The group aims to open a dozen pubs next month as it continues to thrive in the tougher economic conditions.The Sun (2010)
Use weekends to try longer rides or aim to complete your usual route faster.The Sun (2011)
You could be forcing yourself on to the target rather than taking a natural aiming point.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
You know you need help to stay out of trouble and find something worthwhile to aim for.The Sun (2009)
You should be aiming to complete each round in about 30 seconds.The Sun (2017)
He said:'We have three games coming up and we have to aim for nine points.The Sun (2016)
He stops and takes aim at the hoop.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Now the forgotten man is fit and aiming to make up for lost time.The Sun (2016)
Players and staff from both benches aimed kicks and punches at each other at the final whistle before fans invaded the pitch.The Sun (2009)
That is my aim right now.The Sun (2016)
The batsmen helped me aim for shortterm targets.The Sun (2013)
They were aiming to make it past the group stage for the first time in six attempts.The Sun (2010)
This means aiming at the right targets.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
All of these are vital to any plan which aims to reduce cellulite.Healthy By Nature (1994)
One is enthusiasm and the other is commitment to the aims of the group.Coping with Angina (1990)
It was always a war without clear war aims.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
That sounds like a man aiming a kick into the long grass.The Sun (2014)
The aim was to increase our knowledge of the wonderful variety of monuments in our church buildings and to improve their descriptions.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The aim was to raise extra money.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
The group aims to have its milk on the shelves by April.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
The politicians can often count on industry representatives to take dead aim at their own feet, and pull the trigger.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
They were joined by a flock of celebrities at the dinner, which aims to raise 2million.The Sun (2016)
If access was the aim, its target would not be tangled in these political brambles.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The aim is to raise the proportion of woodland from 6 per cent to about a third of the whole area.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Trade deals are largely aimed at protecting or promoting specific sectors, ensuring that they are shielded from international competition or given preference in the face of it.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
What target are we aiming for?Christianity Today (2000)
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'aim' in Other Languages
British English: aim /eɪm/ NOUN
The aim of something that you do is the purpose for which you do it.
The aim of the event is to bring parents and children together.
- American English: aim
- Arabic: هَدَف
- Brazilian Portuguese: objetivo
- Chinese: 目的
- Croatian: cilj
- Czech: cíl účel
- Danish: mål sigte
- Dutch: doel doelwit
- European Spanish: objetivo finalidad
- Finnish: tähtäys
- French: but
- German: Ziel
- Greek: στόχος
- Italian: obiettivo
- Japanese: 目的
- Korean: 겨냥하기
- Norwegian: mål
- Polish: cel
- European Portuguese: objetivo
- Romanian: scop
- Russian: цель
- Latin American Spanish: objetivo
- Swedish: syfte (n)
- Thai: จุดหมาย
- Turkish: amaç
- Ukrainian: мета
- Vietnamese: mục đích
British English: aim /eɪm/ VERB
If you aim for something or aimto do it, you plan or hope to achieve it.
He said he would aim for the 100 metres world record.
- American English: aim
- Arabic: يَسْعَى إِلى
- Brazilian Portuguese: visar
- Chinese: 打算
- Croatian: ciljati
- Czech: usilovat
- Danish: sigte
- Dutch: richten
- European Spanish: aspirar arma
- Finnish: tähdätä
- French: viser
- German: zielen
- Greek: στοχεύω
- Italian: puntare
- Japanese: ねらう
- Korean: 겨냥하다
- Norwegian: sikte
- Polish: wycelować
- European Portuguese: visar
- Romanian: a aspirala ceva
- Russian: намечать
- Latin American Spanish: apuntar enfocar
- Swedish: sikta
- Thai: ตั้งเป้า
- Turkish: hedeflemek
- Ukrainian: прагнути
- Vietnamese: nhắm vào
Translation of aim from the Collins English to Hindi