have (one's) sights trained on (someone or something)

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have (one's) sights trained on (someone or something)

To identify, regard, or focus on someone or something as one's goal. Every since she was a little girl, Janet has had her sights trained on being a fighter pilot. They have their sights trained on you to take over their new head of marketing.
See also: have, on, sight, train
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