hit the bull’s eye

hit the bull’s eye or make the bull’s eye
Meaning: get something exactly right, or be on target.
Example: The finance minister’s speech on attracting new investments hit the bull’s eye.

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AuthorSteven Jaguar writes on 27th June 2017

This Is Very Nice.

AuthorSaurabh Bansal writes on 27th June 2017

Very nice

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