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(Russian mishen ’), a simulated object used for training on proving grounds, on target ranges, at sea, or on rifle ranges.
For small-arms firing, targets may be round (in sporting events) or in the shape of a figure; for artillery, they may be shields, figures, and various natural objects, such as trenches and blindages; for target firing in the air, the targets may be para-chutes or cloth cones towed on a rope by an airplane or a remote-controlled dummy airplane; for target firing at sea, floating vertical (artillery) shields and other targets are used. Targets may be stationary, bobbing, or moving.
What does it mean when you dream about a target?
Dreaming about a target often reflects one’s aims and goals. Alternatively, perhaps the dreamer feels like she or he is the target of something.
ii. Any discrete object that reflects or retransmits energy back to the radar equipment. Specifically, an object of a radar search or surveillance.