How to Conjugate Aim At
- Infinitive: Aim At
- Present Tense: Aim At/ Aims At
- -ing Form: Aiming At
- Past Tense: Aimed At
- Past Participle: Aimed At
Definitions of Aim At:
1. To point a weapon at someone or something.
Examples: In archery class, we learned how to aim the bow and arrow at the target to hit the bull’s eye.
Never aim a gun at someone you don’t intend to shoot.
2. To intend to achieve.
Examples: The Seattle Seahawks are aiming at another Superbowl win.
Let’s aim at waking up early tomorrow to run.
3. To create for a particular demographic.
Examples: Did you see that diet commercial aimed at people who want to gain weight?
There needs to be more television programs aimed at men 35 years and older.
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