Can you tell me what "aim" means?
"Aim" can be used as both a verb and noun. The speaker uses it as a verb here, which means to "work toward," "try to," or "intend to achieve" something. Thus, when the speaker says "you should aim to fall asleep at [time]" to mean "you should try to/work towards falling asleep at [time]." Ex: I aim to become a nurse in the future. Ex: I aim to do well on all my exams. As a noun, "aim" means "objective," "goal," or "target." Ex: The aim of the marketing campaign is to increase product sales. Ex: The NGO's aim is to protect animal rights.
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