an object shot at during shooting practice, often a circle with a pattern of rings, or any object or place at which bullets, bombs, etc. are aimed:
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a person or a particular group of people that something is directed at, or that something is intended for:
one or more people who are criticized or laughed at, or who experience unpleasant treatment from others:
an object aimed and fired at during shooting practice, often a circle with a pattern of rings, or any object or place at which arrows, bullets, bombs, and other missiles are aimed:
exceed/miss/set a target The company has set a target of 10 million wholesale broadband connections by 2014.
a target date/level/price They plan to finish the manufacturing process by the new target date of October 31st.
someone or something that is easy to attack or criticize, often because they cannot defend themselves:
Big oil companies make easy targets for politicians anxious to take the heat off their own taxation policies.
if you are on target with a project, etc., you are likely to achieve what you planned at the time you intended:
to direct something, especially advertising or a product, at a particular group of people or a particular area:
aggressively/carefully/specifically target sb/sth The marketing campaign is specifically targeting a different type of customer.
The result was a lack of knowledge about whether the critical manufacturing processes could produce the product to established cost, schedule, and quality targets.
The balanced scorecard compares actual performance against the targets set for the national and regional office levels.
The staff members they deploy in the field to identify projects are under pressure from their senior management to turn such targets into reality.
Other unpopular new measures were the deregulation of private rented housing and the” targeting” of social security benefits, with disadvantage to many.