自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
VERB 致力于;旨在;以…为目标 If you aim for something or aim to do something, you plan or hope to achieve it.
He is aiming for the 100 metres world record...
Businesses will have to aim at long-term growth.
N-COUNT 目的;目标 The aim of something that you do is the purpose for which you do it or the result that it is intended to achieve.
The aim of the festival is to increase awareness of Hindu culture and traditions.
...a research programme that has largely failed to achieve its principal aims.
V-PASSIVE 旨在;目的是 If an action or plan is aimed at achieving something, it is intended or planned to achieve it.
The new measures are aimed at tightening existing sanctions.
...talks aimed at ending the war.
VERB 决定;想要 If you aim to do something, you decide or want to do it.
Are you aiming to visit the gardens?...
I didn't aim to get caught.
VERB （行为、言论）针对，指向 If your actions or remarks are aimed at a particular person or group, you intend that the person or group should notice them and be influenced by them.
His message was aimed at the undecided middle ground of Israeli politics...
Advertising aimed at children should be curbed.
VERB 瞄准；对准 If you aim a weapon or object at something or someone, you point it towards them before firing or throwing it.
He was aiming the rifle at Wade.
...a missile aimed at the arms factory...
N-SING 瞄准，对准（指技巧或动作） Your aim is your skill or action in pointing a weapon or other object at its target.
He stood with the gun in his right hand and his left hand steadying his aim.
VERB 踢向;挥（拳）向 If you aim a kick or punch at someone, you try to kick or punch them.
They aimed kicks at his shins.
PHRASE 瞄准;对准 When you take aim, you point a weapon or object at someone or something, before firing or throwing it.
She had spotted a man with a shotgun taking aim.
PHRASE 激烈地批评 If you take aim at someone or something, you criticize them strongly.
Republican strategists are taking particular aim at Democratic senators.