point or cause to go (blows, weapons, or objects such as photographic equipment) towards
He trained his gun on the burglar
Take a swipe at one's opponent
Please don't aim at your little brother!
Don't train your camera on the women
How To Use take aim In A Sentence
- Before the hunter could take aim , the deer jumped out of sight.
- As the bond vigilantes take aim at Italy, a by-now-familiar reversal of the precrisis order has taken place: It costs more to insure Italian sovereign debt than that of Bulgaria or Romania. Overheard: Reversal of Fortune
- Dubai, UAE - Novak Djokovic will take aim at the first title Serb begins play at the Barclays Championships against Spain's Guillermo WN.com - Articles related to Henin exits as comeback crushed in California desert
- The Dragoons advanced to within rifle range and stopped to take aim.
- The surest way to hit woman's heart is to take aim kneel.
- Of course, Fallon wasn't the only late-night cutup to take aim at Trump — or Bin Laden. Cheers & Jeers: Jimmy Fallon Targets Donald Trump
- Then he would take aim on the young Ulsterman over the final 18 holes, all with the ultimate aim of getting to 10 under par by Sunday night. US Open 2011: Lee Westwood shows class but needs a meltdown by McIlroy
- The plan is that Marie decoys the victim into a position that will give Bobbie plenty of time to take aim.
- Google's changes--which include a new document-level classifier, as well as better ways of detecting hacked websites and soliciting feedback from users--take aim at "webspam" as well as content farms--"sites with shallow or low-quality content," in Google's words. Google Tries To Snuff Out Spam, Content Farms With New Changes
- Somewhere, up the trail ahead, a soldado will take aim, or a cabayero will charge down, and her beautiful body will be pierced, slashed, or shot. Fire The Sky