English noun: bull's eye
|1.||bull's eye (act) in target shooting: a score made by hitting the center of the target|
|Samples||In repeated sets of five shots his numbers of bull's-eyes varied.|
|2.||bull's eye (location) the center of a target|
|Broader (hypernym)||center, centre, midpoint|
|Part meronym||mark, target|
|3.||bull's eye (act) something that exactly succeeds in achieving its goal|
|Samples||The new advertising campaign was a bell ringer.|
Scored a bull's eye.
Hit the mark.
The president's speech was a home run.
|Synonyms||bell ringer, home run, mark|
|Domain usage||figure, figure of speech, image, trope|