aim at or aim to

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la_tortue

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Hello,

I have always used aim followed by "at" (he aims at becoming better in his work) for example, but I've just checked on your dictionnary and it seems that aim "to" is possible. I don't undestand the difference between both. Could anyone give me an explanation?

Thanks in advance
 
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