on target


Prepositional phraseEdit

on target

  1. Accurate, or accurately predicted.
    The second quartile's figures were right on target.
  2. With accuracy.
    Both shots landed on target.
  3. (sports, of a shot) Towards the goal.
    • 2011 December 10, David Ornstein, “Arsenal 1 - 0 Everton”[1], BBC Sport:
      Everton went close late on but managed just one attempt on target all match.


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