English version

be intended for somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe intended for somebody/somethingbe intended for somebody/somethingPURPOSEto be provided or designed for a particular person or purpose The book is intended for children aged 5–7. intend
Examples from the Corpus
be intended for somebody/somethingIn some areas, she says, food is being shared among twice the number of people it was intended for.The movie is intended for adults.Some past and current government officials say the program was intended for defensive purposes only.Whether they were intended for public display is in doubt.The possibility raised there is intended for the Cartesians to deal with.Fakhru told him that the milk was intended for the Faklarn Famine Fund.This award is intended for those people whose work involves freight documentation in any of the four sectors.Self-reliance was the lesson, but it was intended for those too young to understand it.Her prow, a cast-iron projection weighing 1,500 pounds, was intended for use as a ram.
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