- noun the indication shown on a radar screen resulting from a primary radar return or a radar beacon reply
(written as Target)a system set up by the European central Bank to deal with cross-border payments between member states of the EU.
- verb to aim something at someone, or to take someone or something as a target
- verb to aim to sell to somebody
- A red-and-white target mounted on a surveyor's leveling rod; used to facilitate the sighting of the markings on the rod by the transit man.
- The value of an economic variable that policy makers regard as ideal and use as the basis for setting policy. Contrasts with instrument.
- The level of an exchange rate that guides exchange market intervention by a central bank or exchange stabilization fund.
- Anything which is aimed at or which represents the objective of something. For example, a scanned object, a target electrode, particles subjected to bombardment, a target value in a control system, or a target language.
- An object which reflects a sufficient amount of the energy beam emitted by a radar to produce a radar echo. Also called radar target, or scanned object.
- In a TV camera tube, an electrode, surface, or other structure upon which the image is stored, and which is scanned by an electron beam to produce the output signal.
- A particle, group of particles, surface, object, material, or the like, which is subjected to impacts by high-energy particles, such as electrons, neutrons, or alpha particles.
- In an X-ray tube, the electrode which is bombarded, and from which X-rays are emitted.
- In computers, the file, disk, system, or the like, towards which something is transferred or otherwise sent.
- noun a surface or electrode, often luminescent, that is hit by an electron beam to produce an output signal, e.g. in a television camera tube
- noun a place which is to be hit by something
- noun any object or area which is shot at, fired upon or bombed
- verb to aim an attack or criticism at somebody or something