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  1. goal

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    • n.
      (in football, soccer, rugby, hockey, and some other games) a pair of posts linked by a crossbar and often with a net attached behind it, forming a space into or over which the ball has to be sent in order to score.;an instance of sending the ball into or over the goal, especially as a unit of scoring in a game
    • noun: goal, plural noun: goals

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    • 1. (in football, soccer, rugby, hockey, and some other games) a pair of posts linked by a crossbar and often with a net attached behind it, forming a space into or over which the ball has to be sent in order to score.
    • 2. an instance of sending the ball into or over the goal, especially as a unit of scoring in a game:

      the decisive opening goal

      we won by three goals to two

    • 3. a cage or basket used as a goal in other sports.
    • 4. the object of a person's ambition or effort; an aim or desired result:

      going to law school has become the most important goal in his life

    • 5. the destination of a journey:

      the aircraft bumped toward our goal some 400 miles to the west

    • 6. a point marking the end of a race.
    • n. a goal scored by a placekick, scoring three points.

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    • n. a goal scored by a place kick, scoring three points.

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    • n. a free kick taken by the defending side from within their goal area after attackers send the ball over the byline.

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    • n. (in soccer) a goal scored when a player inadvertently strikes or deflects the ball into their own team's goal.

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    • adj. concerned with or focused on achieving a particular aim or result:

    • we live in an increasingly goal-oriented culture

      he's quite an aggressive, goal-oriented guy

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    • n. a goal scored by a curving shot from a narrow angle:

    • the icing on the cake was a fine checkside goal from 30 metres

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    • n. a skilled and prolific goalscorer:

    • the veteran goal sneak has firmly placed them in contention

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    • n. (especially in business contexts) a deliberately challenging or ambitious aim or objective:

    • asking salespeople to hit stretch goals can lead to more creative thinking

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    • n.
      (in soccer, rugby, hockey, and some other games) a pair of posts linked by a crossbar and typically with a net between, forming a space into or over which the ball has to be sent in order to score.

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