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  • aim — [ām] vi., vt. [ME aimen < OFr esmer (< L aestimare: see ESTIMATE) & aesmer < ML adaestimare < L ad , to + aestimare] 1. to point (a weapon) or direct (a blow, remark, etc.) so as to hit 2. to direct (one s efforts) [we aimed at full… …   English World dictionary

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