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aim

  

      vb  
1    to point (a weapon, missile, etc.) or direct (a blow) at a particular person or object; level  
2    tr   to direct (satire, criticism, etc.) at a person, object, etc.  
3    intr; foll by: at or an infinitive   to propose or intend  
we aim to leave early     
4    intr; often foll by: at or for   to direct one's efforts or strive (towards)  
to aim at better communications, to aim high     
      n  
5    the action of directing something at an object  
6    the direction in which something is pointed; line of sighting (esp. in the phrase to take aim)  
7    the object at which something is aimed; target  
8    intention; purpose  
     (C14: via Old French aesmer from Latin aestimare to estimate)  


AIM  
      abbrev. for   Alternative Investment Market  
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AIM  
      abbrev. for   Alternative Investment Market  


aim  
      vb  
1    to point (a weapon, missile, etc.) or direct (a blow) at a particular person or object; level  
2    tr   to direct (satire, criticism, etc.) at a person, object, etc.  
3    intr; foll by: at or an infinitive   to propose or intend  
we aim to leave early     
4    intr; often foll by: at or for   to direct one's efforts or strive (towards)  
to aim at better communications, to aim high     
      n  
5    the action of directing something at an object  
6    the direction in which something is pointed; line of sighting (esp. in the phrase to take aim)  
7    the object at which something is aimed; target  
8    intention; purpose  
     (C14: via Old French aesmer from Latin aestimare to estimate)  

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Alternative Investment Market  
      n   a market on the London Stock Exchange enabling small companies to raise capital and have their shares traded in a market without the expenses of a main-market listing,   (Abbrev.)    AIM         


aim  
      vb  
1    to point (a weapon, missile, etc.) or direct (a blow) at a particular person or object; level  
2    tr   to direct (satire, criticism, etc.) at a person, object, etc.  
3    intr; foll by: at or an infinitive   to propose or intend  
we aim to leave early     
4    intr; often foll by: at or for   to direct one's efforts or strive (towards)  
to aim at better communications, to aim high     
      n  
5    the action of directing something at an object  
6    the direction in which something is pointed; line of sighting (esp. in the phrase to take aim)  
7    the object at which something is aimed; target  
8    intention; purpose  
     (C14: via Old French aesmer from Latin aestimare to estimate)  
AIM  
      abbrev. for   Alternative Investment Market  

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aim

  
1   
      vb   aspire, attempt, design, direct, draw a bead (on), endeavour, intend, level, mean, plan, point, propose, purpose, resolve, seek, set one's sights on, sight, strive, take aim (at), train, try, want, wish  
2   
      n   ambition, aspiration, course, design, desire, direction, end, goal, Holy Grail     (informal)   intent, intention, mark, object, objective, plan, purpose, scheme, target, wish  

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AI, am, ami, anima

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