Translation for 'aim' from English to Russian
NOUN   an aim | aims
VERB   to aim | aimed | aimed
aiming | aims
SYNO aim | bearing | design | ...
цель {ж}aim
намерение {с}aim [intention]
стремиться к чему-л. [несов.]to aim at sth. [try to achieve]
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Usage Examples English
  • All in all, the IRIAF was said to have launched possibly 70 to 90 AIM-54A missiles, and 60–70 of those scored.
  • Environment Wales is a partnership of voluntary organisations in Wales, whose aim it is to contribute to sustainable development, mainly by awarding grants for projects which contribute to this aim.
  • Smith returned to his family in the Gold Coast, with the aim to rest and recuperate with the aim of returning to professional rugby league in the future.
  • Favourable field position is an important aim in rugby league, a goal present in the minds of players at almost all times.
  • PL-12's overall dimension is larger than AIM-120 AMRAAM.

  • Beyond laws that aim at prevention of fraud, there are also governmental and non-governmental organizations that aim to fight fraud.
  • However, in rationalized societies these traditional values are increasingly diminished and the aim shifts from the qualitative aim of a meaningful celebration to the more quantitative aim of increasing sales.
  • Marsh lists theological agendas that aim to confirm the divinity of Jesus, agendas that aim to discredit Christianity, and political agendas that aim to interpret the teachings of Jesus with the hope of causing social change.
  • The Finngen project was launched in 2018 with the aim of collecting biological samples from 500,000 participants in Finland over six years with the aim of improving health through genetic research.
  • The aim is to score 61 or more points per game as the declarer. The defenders aim to prevent this.

  • Nasrallah said: our aim is not to trade or profit but also our aim is to alleviate the suffering of the people.
  • Whilst the main aim of county football associations was to ensure clubs had many matches to play, a secondary aim was to help organise the recreation of schoolchildren.
  • The aim of the project is the story of the tragic events of 1933–1945 years and a reminder to the younger generation of the tragedy with the aim of preventing it in the future.
  • Universal newborn hearing screening programs aim to have high coverage rates (participation) and many aim to screen babies by one month of age, aim to complete the diagnostic process for referred babies by three months of age, and aim to begin intervention services by six months of age.
  • Assuming standard scoring, the optimal area to aim for on the dartboard to maximize the player's score varies significantly based on the player's skill.

  • In November 2003, Kernan and Davis unveiled the Opportunity Indiana initiative, which would aim to optimize how the state conducts business and would aim to increase opportunities for Indiana companies.
  • The Abaco Independence Movement (AIM) was a Bahamian political party formed shortly after the Bahamas became independent in August 1973.
  • Ankpa LGA was created with the main aim of attracting government's attention to people at the grassroots level.
  • There are also some topics ("loci") to be used in trials, whose aim is justice; other ones to be used in assemblies, whose aim is give opinions; other ones to be used in laudatory speeches, whose aim is to celebrate the cited person.
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