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Definition of "targeting" []

  • The act of deciding to attack a particular point, area, or person physically (noun)
  • The act of attempting to appeal to a person or group or to influence them in some way (noun)
  • The act of directing or aiming something at a particular group of people (noun)
  • An instance of targeting. (noun)

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  • Present participle of target. (verb)

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Use "targeting" in a sentence
  • "It's unlikely that Israel will give such formal -- such a formal -- agreement but Israel has been indicating to the United States it will stop all what it calls the targeting of ticking bombs, those Palestinians are on their way to carry out attacks, and would agree to give that kind of unwritten commitment to the United States."
  • "We are working what you described as the targeting process to think our way through all of the possibilities, as well as to determine what the restricted lists might be associated to this so that we stay within the guidelines that our country operates within."
  • "It also demanded that Israel stop what it called targeting of Palestinian civilians and systematic destruction of their cultural heritage, halt all military operations across Palestinian land and lift its blockade of Gaza."
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