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Question: Jeff will be pitching for our team.
Answer: But he has terrible aim.
Does the line in bold mean "he can't pitch acrately?" Thanks.
Yes. He can't pitch accurately. To have terrible aim; to not be able to throw well enough to hit the target.
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Terrible aim is perfectly good English. (A native English speaker would know that.)
Thanks, riverkid and Soup.
Sorry for the typo--accurately.
Based on my source, it's "he has terrible aim." I read it.