Definition of find one's mark/target
- The bullet found its target.
- Her angry reaction showed that his criticisms had found their mark.
: to come upon often accidentally : encounter
: to meet with (a particular reception)
: to come upon by searching or effort
: an act or instance of finding
: something found: such as
: a valuable discovery
: a boundary land
: a conspicuous object serving as a guide for travelers
: something (such as a line, notch, or fixed object) designed to record position
: to fix or trace out the bounds or limits of
: to plot the course of : chart
: to set apart by or as if by a line or boundary
: any of various old European units of weight used especially for gold and silver
: a unit of value:
: an old English unit equal to 13s 4d
: a mark to shoot at
: a target marked by shots fired at it
: something or someone fired at or marked for attack
: to make a target of
: to direct or use toward a target
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