AIM AT

MEANING:

(A) To point or direct something at (inseparable)

1. The new computer classes are AIMED AT teaching how a computer works.

2. The archers draw back their arrows and AIM AT the target.

3. The antismoking campaign is AIMED AT teenagers.

(B) To plan to achieve or get something (inseparable)

1. The new government budget AIMS AT providing extra support for the unemployed.

2. I am AIMING AT finishing my studies with flying colors.

3. The negotiation is AIMED AT achieving a lasting peace between the two parties.