goal

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İngilizce - Türkçe
gaye
erek
hedef

Merkezin hedefi, diğer ülkelerden gelen gençleri belli bir zaman aralığında eğitmek olmalıdır. - The goal of the center should be to train young people from other countries within a specific time period.

Onlar hedefine ulaştı. - They reached their goal.

amaç

İtiraf ediyorum, o olmadan yaşamımın bu on yılı boş ve amaçsız olurdu. - I admit that, without him, those ten years of my life would have been empty and without goals.

Onlar amaçlarına ulaştılar. - They achieved their goal.

gol

O, bir gol attığında, kalabalık bağırdı. - The crowd yelled when he scored a goal.

Final maçındaki tek gol Andrés Iniesta tarafından atıldı. - The only goal of the final match was scored by Andrés Iniesta.

{i} ideal
kale

Fransa'nın kalecisi yere daldı ve Ronaldo'nun atışını kurtardı. - The goalkeeper for France dived to the ground and saved Ronaldo’s shot.

Tim Howard 2014 yılında Amerika Birleşik Devletleri milli takımının kalecisiydi. - Tim Howard was the goalkeeper for the United States national team in 2014.

goal line gol çizgisi
dili kaleci
goalie i
{i} spor kale
spor gol
goalkeeper kaleci
{i} sayı

Az sayıda amacın olduğunda yaşlanırsın. - When you have few goals, you get older.

gôl/kale/amaç
{i} amaç, gaye, hedef, erek, maksat
emel
(Dilbilim) etkilenen
futbol kalesi
goal setting
(Askeri) AMAÇ SAPTAMA
goal kick
(Spor) penaltı vuruşu
goal kick
(Spor) penaltı atışı
goal oriented
(Dilbilim) hedef yöneltimli
goal programming
hedef programlama
goal setting
(Ticaret) hedef belirleme
goal directed
amaca yönelik
goal kick
kale vuruşu
goal line
gol çizgisi
goal line
kale çizgisi
goal posts
kale direkleri
goal against
Amaç karşı
goal digger
(deyim) Bkz. gold digger
goal famine
hedef kıtlık
goal for
hedef için
goal of
amaç
goal oriented
Hedef(e) odaklı
goal oriented
hedef odaklı
goal poacher
(Spor) Fırsatçı golcü
goal post
kale direği
goal seek
amaç aramak
goal seeking system
hedef sistem arayışı
goal area
kale önü
goal congruence
(Ticaret) amaç birliği
goal directedness
(Dilbilim) amaç yönetimlilik
goal kick
kale vuruşu, aut atışı
goal posts
spor kale direkleri
goal rain
(Spor) gol yağmuru
goal scorer
golcü
goal seek
(Bilgisayar) hedef ara
goal seek status
(Bilgisayar) hedef arama durumu
golden goal
(Spor) Elemeli futbol maçında uzatma süresinde atıldığında oyunu bitiren gol, altın gol
go in goal
(Spor) kaleye geçmek
goals
(Ticaret) hedef

Hedeflerine ulaştın mı? - Did you accomplish your goals?

Hedefler sizin ne olacağınızı belirler. - Goals determine what you are going to be.

achieve a goal
amaca ulaşmak
bounce off the goal post
(Spor) direkte patlamak
bounce off the goal post
(Spor) direğe takılmak
bounce off the goal post
(Spor) direkten dönmek
common goal
(Politika, Siyaset) ortak hedef
force goal
(Askeri) kuvvet hedefi
fulfill one's goal
amacı yerine getirmek
kick a goal
gol atmak
life goal
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) yaşam hedefi
own goal
(Spor) kendi kalesine gol
primary goal
(Ticaret) temel hedef
pursue a goal
amaç gütmek
subject as goal
(Dilbilim) etkilenen özne
automation business goal
otomasyon iş amacı
field goal
meydandan yapılan gol
reach one's goal
amacına ulaşmak
's early goal
'nin erken gelen golü
a common goal
ortak bir gaye
goalless
golsüz
goals
amaçlar

Amaçlarını bir kağıt parçası üzerine yaz. - Write your goals down on a sheet of paper.

Fred başarmak istediği amaçlardan karısına bahsetti. - Fred told his wife about the goals that he wanted to accomplish.

hit the goal post
kale direği vurdu
lofty goal
büyük amaç
our goal
hedefimiz
penalty goal
(Spor) Penaltıdan gol, penaltı golü
reach a goal
Bir hedefe/gayeye ulaşmak
reach a goal, e
bir hedefe ulaşmak e
set a goal
bir hedef
set goal
Amacına ulaşmak
shot on goal
hedefe atış
silver goal
(Spor) Normal süresi berabere biten elemeli futbol maçının birinci veya ikinci uzatma süresinde atılan ancak devreyi sona erdirmeyen gol, gümüş gol
stretch goal
streç hedefi
top goal scorer
(Spor) gol kralı
accomplish one's goal
amacını gerçekleştirmek
achieve one's goal
amacına ulaşmak
achieve one's goal
amacını gerçekleştirmek
allow the goal
(Spor) golü saymak
allow the goal
(Spor) golü vermek
attain one's goal
amacını gerçekleştirmek
concede a goal
gol yemek
consolation goal
şeref golü
fail score a goal
(Spor) golü kaçırmak
goal post
kale
keep goal
kalecilik yapmak
keep the goal
kalecilik yapmak
kick a goal
topa vurup gol atmak
obtain one's goal
amacına ulaşmak
personal goal
bireysel hedef
score a goal
gol atmak
social goal
toplumsal hedef
İngilizce - İngilizce
A noun or noun phrase that receives the action of a verb. The subject of a passive verb or the direct object of an active verb. Also called a patient, target, or undergoer
The act of placing the object into the goal
Point(s) scored in a game as a result of placing the object into the goal
In many sports, an area into which the players attempt to put an object
A result that one is attempting to achieve
{n} a starting-point, prison, point, final purpose, end
The higher-order programme or sector Objective to which the project contributes
The manner in which points are scored in soccer; to score, the ball must completely cross over the goal line and into the goal; a goal counts as one point (the exception to this applies in certain indoor soccer leagues)
Occurs when a players strikes the puck with his stick over his opponents goal line, between the goal posts, underneath the cross bar for a score
A result one is attempting to achieve
A statement of purpose defining the mission of an organization
A desired or needed result to be achieved by an agency over the long term It may not be possible for an agency to achieve all of its goals within the planning horizon Goals support the agency mission They generally identify how the mission will be carried out, reflect the style of the agency, and project the public image to be created and maintained (FEDSIM, 1993)
The proposed long-range benefits of the program for a specified area, defined in general terms A goal is the ultimate objective, for example "reducing the incidence of HIV in (a country)" One program alone is not likely to be able to achieve this objective, but the program contributes to reaching it
provides one point; scored when a puck goes between the goalposts from the stick of an attacking player and entirely crosses the red line between the goalposts; also the informal term used to refer to the area made of the goalposts and the net guarded by the goalie and into which a puck must enter to score a point
The overall, broad purpose(s) of a project or organization For example, if your organization works to end drinking and driving, one of your goals may be to raise public awareness of the dangers of drinking and driving
The end or desired result toward which effort is directed A goal is a general statement of what the organization must achieve to attain its vision Goals are long range, providing some structure and stability to the plan
a statement of intent or an end that a person or a group strives to attain A goal tends to be more general than an objective See Desired Outcomes, Instructional Goal, Objectives, Performance Goal
A base, station, or bound used in various games; in football, a line between two posts across which the ball must pass in order to score; also, the act of kicking the ball over the line between the goal posts
A broad statement describing a desired future condition, or achievement without being specific about how much and when The establishment of a goal implies sustained effort and energy directed to it over a longer period of time An aimed-at target--an achievement toward which effort is expended Broad-based activities developed to support and realize organization management missions and visions
game equipment consisting of the place toward which players of a game try to advance a ball or puck in order to score points
the state of affairs that a plan is intended to achieve and that (when achieved) terminates behavior intended to achieve it; "the ends justify the means"
game equipment consisting of the place toward which players of a game try to advance a ball or puck in order to score points the state of affairs that a plan is intended to achieve and that (when achieved) terminates behavior intended to achieve it; "the ends justify the means
The final purpose or aim; the end to which a design tends, or which a person aims to reach or attain
In the context of wetland mitigation, a goal describes the overarching purpose of the mitigation project
a successful attempt at scoring; "the winning goal came with less than a minute left to play"
One point is awarded for each goal scored A goal is scored when the ball passes fully over the goal line between the uprights and under the crossbar, providing it was not punched in and was played by at least two players after the start, restart or free throw The size of the goal is 3 ft x 10ft
a ball that crosses the goal line between the goalposts and below the crossbar for which a point is awarded; also, the 8-foot high, 24-foot wide structure consisting of two posts, a crossbar and a net into which all goals are scored
The mark set to bound a race, and to or around which the constestants run, or from which they start to return to it again; the place at which a race or a journey is to end
the place designated as the end (as of a race or journey); "a crowd assembled at the finish"; "he was nearly exhuasted as their destination came into view"
A goal is scored by kicking or heading the ball between the goalposts It's also the area, 2 44 metres by 7 32 metres, through which the ball must enter for a team to score
Summary can be configured to track which visits contain requests that you specify as being the Goal This is configured with "Requests to count as Goal" on the Details configuration page The number of visits which contain requests matching the pattern is tracked for each referring domain, search phrase, and search word
In games such as football or hockey, a goal is when a player gets the ball into the goal, or the point that is scored by doing this. They scored five goals in the first half of the match The scorer of the winning goal
A goal is achieved when the entire puck crosses the goal line and enters the net You can't deliberately kick it in or bat it in with a glove, although a goal is counted when a puck deflects off a player (but not off an official) A goal is worth one point
A long-term development result in a specific area to which USAID programs contribute and which has been identified as a specific goal by the Agency
Something that is your goal is something that you hope to achieve, especially when much time and effort will be needed. It's a matter of setting your own goals and following them The goal is to raise as much money as possible. = aim, objective
further elaborates on the strategic outcome A broad result, aim, end, or achievement toward which the effort of the AFM organization is directed
A program goal is a very general statement of what the program hopes to accomplish (with its undergraduate program) The goal is the first part of the program's strategic plan
The scoring of a point when the ball is hit through the vertical goalposts
a successful attempt at scoring; "the winning goal came with less than a minute left to play" game equipment consisting of the place toward which players of a game try to advance a ball or puck in order to score points the state of affairs that a plan is intended to achieve and that (when achieved) terminates behavior intended to achieve it; "the ends justify the means
{i} target, aim; destination; purpose; place into which a player must put a ball in order to score points against the opposing team (Sports); point scored (Sports)
Any time a ball crosses the backline between the goal posts, it is considered a goal, regardless of whether a horse or a mallet caused the ball to go through In order to equalize wind and turf conditions, the teams change sides after each goal Like hockey and soccer, each team tries to get the ball through the opposing team's goal posts
is a state of a system that the user wishes to achieve using some instrument Grid: as a tool is the way to separate layout and show the relationships of proportioan and balance of the page Grouping: is the way to group object connect together Grand Hierarchy: is one technique of the Veen’s conceptual Model (Structure) Good Navigation Top 10: is the list of good navigation that tells users what’s here, how to use the site and gives confidence in the interface’s designers Back to Top
Greater Opportunities for Affordable Living Program The GOAL program provides federal and state grants, federal tax credits and zero interest federal loans to developers and project sponsors who build affordable rental housing for low and moderate income families and seniors
The higher-order programme or sector objective to which a development intervention, such as a project, is intended to contribute Thus it is a statement of intent
In games such as football, netball or hockey, the goal is the space into which the players try to get the ball in order to score a point for their team. David Seaman was back in the Arsenal goal after breaking a knuckle
gol
goal area
the area of the pitch, extending six yards from the goal, from which a goal kick is taken
goal areas
plural form of goal area
goal attack
A player allowed in the centre third, goal third including the shooting circle
goal cage
The framework, covered with netting or mesh, that forms an ice hockey or water polo goal
goal defence
A player allowed in the centre third and the defensive goal third, including the shooting circle
goal difference
The difference between the number of goals scored and the number of goals conceded, over the duration of a competition
goal judge
an ice hockey official who judges whether pucks enter the net and sits directly behind the goal, triggering a red light and siren when a goal is scored
goal keeper
A player allowed in the defensive goal third, including the shooting circle
goal kick
A set piece taken from the goal line after an attacker touches the ball out of play
goal line
the red line that runs across the rink and the front of the goal
goal line
part of a vertical plane separating an end zone from the field of play when the ball is touched or is in player possession. The plane extends beyond the sidelines. A team’s goal line is that which it is defending
goal line
the boundary of the field that runs along its width at each end, and across the front of the goal
goal post
Either of the pair of vertical supports limiting the goal in various ballgames, such as soccer, rugby and American football
goal posts
plural form of goal post
goal shooter
A player allowed in the goal third including the shooting circle
goal squares
plural form of goal square
goal third
One of two thirds of a netball court nearest the goal ring
goal umpire
A match official who decides when the ball passes between the goal posts (or behind posts) and the score then to be awarded (goal or behind)
goal umpires
plural form of goal umpire
goal commitment
Degree to which a person is determined in achieving a desired (or required) goal
goal oriented
A system, person, or organization that tends to achieve a goal and demonstrate it in subsequent actions
goal poacher
(Spor) (especially in football) A player who waits near the opposite team's goal in order to try to score if they get the ball
goal area
goal zone, area around the goal on a soccer field, penalty area
goal in life
aspiration in life, life's ambition
goal kick
Free kick taken by the defending team after the ball goes out and was last touch by the opposing team
goal kick
penalty kick granted to the defending team after a member of the offensive team kicks the ball over the end line (Soccer)
goal kick
A free kick in soccer that is awarded to a defensive team when the ball has been driven out of bounds over the goal line by an opponent
goal kick
The goalkeeper takes this after a shot or pass by the attacking team flies over the end line
goal kick
A free kick awarded to the defense when an offensive player kicks the ball out of bounds beyond the goal line It can be taken from anywhere inside the goal area by any player on the team it is awarded to It must exit the penalty area before any player can play the ball
goal kick
                  When the ball crosses the goal line, last touched by an offensive player, it is placed on the line of the Goal box   The goalie (or fullback) kicks the ball into play   No one can play the ball until it leaves the penalty box
goal kick
An indirect free kick taken by the defensive team after the ball goes out-of-bounds over the goal line having last been touched by an attacking player The kick is taken from anywhere within the half of the goal area closer to where the ball went out of bounds
goal kick
Kick made from inside the goal area away from the goal A goal kick is awarded to the defending team when a ball crosses the goal line that was last touched by a player on the attacking team
goal kick
A placekick taken from the goal area by a member of the defending team when the ball goes out-of-bounds across the goal line and was last touched by a member of the attacking team or when it goes straight into the defenders' goal after a kickoff All opposing players must stay outside the penalty area until the ball is in play A goal cannot be scored directly from a goal kick
goal kick
A free-kick awarded the goalie if the offense was the last to contact the ball before passing over the goal line
goal kick
A free kick taken by the defending team after the ball is put over the goal line by an attacker without scoring
goal kick
A free kick inside the goal area, taken by the defending side if the ball, last touched by the attacking side, has crossed the goal line outside the goal
goal kick
A free kick taken either by the goalkeeper or member of the defending team when the attacking team puts the ball over the goal line
goal kick
a type of restart where the ball is kicked from inside the goal area away from the goal; awarded to the defending team when a ball that crossed the goal line was last touched by a player on the attacking team
goal line
A red line, 2 inches wide, that connects the goal posts and extends to the sideboards in both directions
goal line
a line marking each end of the playing field or pitch; where the goals stand
goal line
The red line which runs between the goalposts and extends in both directions to the side boards
goal line
The line over which the ball must pass to score a touchdown There are two, one at each end of the field, ten yards from the ends of the field
goal line
Also known as the end line It runs from sideline-to-sideline at both ends of the field, with the goal in the middle
goal line
The red stripe between the goal posts, and extending to the side boards
goal line
a line drawn across the width of the field, 10 yards inside each end line, which a team must cross with the ball to score a touchdown
goal line
The marked lines, 50-100 yards long that define the ends of the field
goal line
sideboards
goal line
The line the ball must cross to score a goal
goal line
                     The out of bounds line at each end of the field   The ball must go completely over the line before it is out of bounds
goal line
The line on which the goal stands, marking each end of the field of play
goal line
The line marking the boundaries of the shortest part of the field
goal line
The boundary line at each end of the field When the ball completely crosses the goal line between the goalposts and under the crossbar, a goal is scored When the ball completely crosses the goal line elsewhere, play is stopped and restarted either by a corner kick or a goal kick
goal line
The marked line running the width of the field at each end The goal line, also called the end line, runs directly across the front of the goal A ball must completely cross the line to be a goal
goal line
A straight line at each end of the pool which marks the end boundaries of the playing field They are 30 meters apart
goal line
The red line that runs between the goal posts and extends in both directions to the side boards
goal line
The out-of-bounds line at each end of the field - end line
goal line
the field boundary running along its width at each end; also called the end line; runs right across the front of the goal; the line which a ball must completely cross for a goal to be scored
goal line
the two-inch red line between the goalposts that stretches in both directions to the sideboards
goal line
The red line which runs between the goal posts and extends In both directions to the side boards
goal line
In games such as football and rugby, a goal line is one of the lines at each end of the field. a line at either end of the playing area in sports such as football or hockey, along which the goal is placed
goal line
line which the ball must fully pass in order to score a goal (Sports)
goal line
The line at each end of and running the width of the playing field 10 yards from the end line and over which the ball must be carried or passed to score a touchdown
goal post
one of two vertical posts which form a football or soccer goal
goal-
The manner in which points are scored in soccer; to score, the ball must completely cross over the goal line and into the goal; a goal counts as one point (the exception to this applies in certain indoor soccer leagues)
goal-
The higher-order programme or sector objective to which a development intervention, such as a project, is intended to contribute Thus it is a statement of intent
goal-
A program goal is a very general statement of what the program hopes to accomplish (with its undergraduate program) The goal is the first part of the program's strategic plan
goal-
a statement of intent or an end that a person or a group strives to attain A goal tends to be more general than an objective See Desired Outcomes, Instructional Goal, Objectives, Performance Goal
goal-
a ball that crosses the goal line between the goalposts and below the crossbar for which a point is awarded; also, the 8-foot high, 24-foot wide structure consisting of two posts, a crossbar and a net into which all goals are scored
goal-
A goal is achieved when the entire puck crosses the goal line and enters the net You can't deliberately kick it in or bat it in with a glove, although a goal is counted when a puck deflects off a player (but not off an official) A goal is worth one point
goal-
The proposed long-range benefits of the program for a specified area, defined in general terms A goal is the ultimate objective, for example "reducing the incidence of HIV in (a country)" One program alone is not likely to be able to achieve this objective, but the program contributes to reaching it
goal-
A desired or needed result to be achieved by an agency over the long term It may not be possible for an agency to achieve all of its goals within the planning horizon Goals support the agency mission They generally identify how the mission will be carried out, reflect the style of the agency, and project the public image to be created and maintained (FEDSIM, 1993)
goal-
Summary can be configured to track which visits contain requests that you specify as being the Goal This is configured with "Requests to count as Goal" on the Details configuration page The number of visits which contain requests matching the pattern is tracked for each referring domain, search phrase, and search word
goal-
provides one point; scored when a puck goes between the goalposts from the stick of an attacking player and entirely crosses the red line between the goalposts; also the informal term used to refer to the area made of the goalposts and the net guarded by the goalie and into which a puck must enter to score a point
goal-
the place designated as the end (as of a race or journey); "a crowd assembled at the finish"; "he was nearly exhuasted as their destination came into view"
goal-
game equipment consisting of the place toward which players of a game try to advance a ball or puck in order to score points
goal-
further elaborates on the strategic outcome A broad result, aim, end, or achievement toward which the effort of the AFM organization is directed
goal-
Any time a ball crosses the backline between the goal posts, it is considered a goal, regardless of whether a horse or a mallet caused the ball to go through In order to equalize wind and turf conditions, the teams change sides after each goal Like hockey and soccer, each team tries to get the ball through the opposing team's goal posts
goal-
A statement of purpose defining the mission of an organization
goal-
the state of affairs that a plan is intended to achieve and that (when achieved) terminates behavior intended to achieve it; "the ends justify the means"
goal-
The higher-order programme or sector Objective to which the project contributes
goal-
The overall, broad purpose(s) of a project or organization For example, if your organization works to end drinking and driving, one of your goals may be to raise public awareness of the dangers of drinking and driving
goal-
A long-term development result in a specific area to which USAID programs contribute and which has been identified as a specific goal by the Agency
goal-
Greater Opportunities for Affordable Living Program The GOAL program provides federal and state grants, federal tax credits and zero interest federal loans to developers and project sponsors who build affordable rental housing for low and moderate income families and seniors
goal-
Occurs when a players strikes the puck with his stick over his opponents goal line, between the goal posts, underneath the cross bar for a score
goal-
A goal is scored by kicking or heading the ball between the goalposts It's also the area, 2 44 metres by 7 32 metres, through which the ball must enter for a team to score
goal-
is a state of a system that the user wishes to achieve using some instrument Grid: as a tool is the way to separate layout and show the relationships of proportioan and balance of the page Grouping: is the way to group object connect together Grand Hierarchy: is one technique of the Veen’s conceptual Model (Structure) Good Navigation Top 10: is the list of good navigation that tells users what’s here, how to use the site and gives confidence in the interface’s designers Back to Top
goal-
In the context of wetland mitigation, a goal describes the overarching purpose of the mitigation project
goal-
The scoring of a point when the ball is hit through the vertical goalposts
goal-
A broad statement describing a desired future condition, or achievement without being specific about how much and when The establishment of a goal implies sustained effort and energy directed to it over a longer period of time An aimed-at target--an achievement toward which effort is expended Broad-based activities developed to support and realize organization management missions and visions
goal-
The end or desired result toward which effort is directed A goal is a general statement of what the organization must achieve to attain its vision Goals are long range, providing some structure and stability to the plan
goal-
a successful attempt at scoring; "the winning goal came with less than a minute left to play"
goal-
One point is awarded for each goal scored A goal is scored when the ball passes fully over the goal line between the uprights and under the crossbar, providing it was not punched in and was played by at least two players after the start, restart or free throw The size of the goal is 3 ft x 10ft
goal-directed
having a purpose; "purposive behavior"
goal-directed
having a purpose; "purposive behavior
goal-kick
(association football) a kick by the defending side after the attacking side sends the ball over the goal-line
goal-kick
(rugby) an attempt to kick a goal
goal-kick
(association football) a kick by the defending side after the attacking side sends the ball over the goal-line (rugby) an attempt to kick a goal
golden goal
the first goal scored during extra time; giving victory to the scoring side if this rule is in effect
golden goal
(Spor) The golden goal is a method used in association football, field hockey, ice hockey and korfball to decide the winner of games in elimination matches which end in a draw after the end of regulation time
golden goal
In some football matches, a golden goal is the first goal scored in extra time, which wins the match for the team that scores it
Olympic goal
A goal scored directly from a corner kick without any other player - on either team - touching or otherwise deflecting the ball into the goal
distal goal
a long-term or primary goal
drop goal
A goal scored by kicking the ball through the goal from open play, after the ball has touched the ground
empty net goal
Alternative spelling of empty-net goal
empty-net goal
A point scored when a player shoots the puck into the opposing team's net at a time when the opposing team's goalie has been withdrawn from the game for tactical reasons

Malik added an empty-net goal with 55 seconds left on a length-of-the-ice shot.

field goal
A made shot that was not a free throw

He got six field goals in the first half, two from three point land.

field goal
When the ball is kicked through the uprights and over the crossbar (not after a touchdown) for 3 points

He kicked a 33 yard field goal just before the half.

goalless
Devoid of goals; ambitionless

Except for those who directly benefit from the system, life becomes a goalless existence, in which the worst human aberrations start germinating.

goalless
In which no goals have been scored
in goal
As a goalkeeper

After Chelsea had 2 goalkeepers injured in one match, their captain went in goal for the last few minutes.

move the goal posts
To unilaterally change the rules, or terms of an agreement, especially in an unfair or underhand way

We were given a moving date, and an exchange date, but the buyers kept moving the goal posts and kept giving us a later date.

non-goal
A potential goal or requirement which is explicitly excluded from the scope of a project

That's a hard problem, but it's a non-goal for us here.

open goal
An undefended goal
own goal
A blunder that damages ones own prospects
own goal
A goal that results from a player putting the ball into his own goal; the resulting goal being scored for the opposition
penalty goal
A goal scored from a penalty
shot on goal
A shot that, if not blocked, would go into the goal
silver goal
the first goal scored during the first half of extra time; giving victory to the scoring side if this rule is in effect
drop goal
In rugby, a drop goal is a goal that a player scores by dropping the ball and kicking it between the posts. a goal in rugby football made with a dropkick
field goal
goal scored while a game is in progress (not by a free kick)
field goal
a score in American football; a score made by kicking the ball between the opponents' goal posts
goalless
In football, a goalless draw is a game which ends without any goals having been scored. The fixture ended in a goalless draw The semi-final finished goalless after extra time. a goalless match is one in which no goals are scored
goalless
no goals having been scored
goals
Goals are general statements of what the program intends to accomplish or the intended effects of a project
goals
A goal defines a condition towards which effort is directed It is something to be sought, and provides guidance and direction A goal is general, somewhat abstract, and specifies the quality rather than quantity of results desired
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General statements of anticipated project outcomes; usually, more global in scope than objectives and not expected to be measurable; if used, goals should be supported by well-stated objectives
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The broad outcomes expected from the project Unlike objectives, not directly measurable
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good faith quantitative objectives an employer voluntarily sets as the minimum progress that can be achieved within a certain time period through all-out efforts at outreach recruitment, validating selection criteria, creation of trainee positions, career ladders, etc Setting goals and objectives are considered proper and legal responses to underutilization of minority groups by the various federal agencies
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Statements that show the direction in which the Council wishes to go in the future The time span for achievement is 6 years
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A desired procedural end-point or outcome Each process will have one or more measurable goals that are driven by the needs of the agents supplying that process Such goals need to be aligned with the goals in parent processes At the beginning of each process, stakeholder agents will be identified with measurable satisfiers (valued outputs that satisfy the stakeholder agent) For example, the primary stakeholder of the order fulfillment process is the customer The customer's satisfiers could be an accurate delivery date, prompt service, a responsive order specialist, or the ability to track the order, etc These satisfiers drive the definition of the metrics inside the process
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The standards that an organization is attempting to reach expressed in quantitative terms with timetables set for achievement Provides the basis for intelligent organizational planning
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What you expect the project to accomplish; the results to be experienced at the end of the project Can be either short-term, long-term or on-going
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Overall achievements, often not quantified, e g , Remain Current in Curricula and Programs The desired outcomes of the organization
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Phillips' corporate goals are: a total annual return of 15 percent on a 5-year rolling average; quality products, superior services and innovative solutions for our customers; and opportunity, development and recognition for our employees See mission, values
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- broad statements that set the direction for an organization to take in realizing its mission [6] Guiding principles - see values [5]
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ConocoPhillips' corporate goals are a total annual return of 15 percent on a 5-year rolling average; quality products, superior services and innovative solutions for our customers; and opportunity, development and recognition for our employees See mission, values
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general statements of anticipated project outcomes; usually more global in scope than objectives and not expected to be measurable; if used, goals should be supported by well-stated objectives; see Objectives
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Broad statements generally describing a desired outcome for an entity and its programs (See also Mission, Objectives, and Performance Measures )
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Skills that your child is reasonably calculated to achieve within a span of time When referring to IEP goals, this means within a year "Goals should be reasonably calculated for success and meaningful to the child's overall educational progress (See case law; Polk vs Central Susquehanna IU 1988) If problems arise in achieving goals, '"he IEP should be revised This should occur as often as needed with a minimum guideline of once a year offered under IDEA 1977 "
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These may be too general to assess directly ("to achieve excellence in higher education")
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The measurable outcomes of following plans to achieve strategies
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Broad directional targets to carry out the purpose; the end result
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plural of goal
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A summary of the key practices of a key process area that can be used to determine whether an organization or project has effectively implemented the key process area The goals signify the scope, boundaries, and intent of each key process area
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The results you want and have planned for Also called 'outcomes' or ' objectives' In NLP a goal needs to be stated in the positive, specifies the person's own part in achieving it, is specific enough to have sensory-based evidence and has been checked for unforeseen consequences
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Standing in the center of the goal lines; each goal consists of two wooden posts, 24 feet apart, and a crossbar, 8 feet above the ground
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Measurable, specific and realistic statements that are the key to helping you meet your objectives
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Statements of expectations of general capabilities or student outcomes resulting from planned educational experiences General educational goals refer to state or district goals for all students Art goals can refer to state, district, teacher-planned, or teacher/student-planned expectations for student learning (i e , student outcomes that will result from the planned experiences in the arts) Lesson Plan goals refer to what the teacher will do in order to facilitate that student outcome An objective, in terms of student behavior, delineates a more focused outcome than a goal (i e , a breakdown of a general goal statement) but does not refer to the over specification of minute enabling behaviors (i e each performance or manipulative skill)
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Goals identify how an organization intends to address its Critical Issues, considering both its Critical Success Factors and its Core Competencies, and in support of Mission and Vision Goals are designed to drive actions and they are intended to represent the general end toward which an organizational effort is directed Goals address Critical Issues in a general sense by stating overall policy intention that drives broad programmatic areas A goal should provide a sense of what level of performance is expected but it should not specify how the organization is to achieve the level of performance Generally, there should be a Goal assigned to each Critical Issue or programmatic area within the organization Goals link "downward" to Objectives Every Goal should have at least one Objective [also see Objectives and Strategies]
no-goal
a nonexistent goal; "he lived without a reason progressing toward no-goal
operation goal
purpose of an operation, aim of an action
own goal
A goal scored for the opposing team when a player puts the ball into his or her own team's goal
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When a defender accidently scores in his goal
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When a player accidentally kicks, heads or knocks the ball into her own goal The point is awarded to the offensive team
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(soccer) a goal that results when a player inadvertently knocks the ball into the goal he is defending; "the own goal cost them the game"
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In sport, if someone scores an own goal, they accidentally score a goal for the team they are playing against
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(soccer) a goal that results when a player inadvertently knocks the ball into the goal he is defending; "the own goal cost them the game
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independent goal, goal one sets for oneself
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If a course of action that someone takes harms their own interests, you can refer to it as an own goal. Because of the legislation I could not employ a woman. Women have made themselves unemployable. They have scored an own goal
scored a goal
made a goal, made points in a game
shot on goal
A shot, as in hockey or soccer, that enters the goal or that would have entered the goal had the goalkeeper not blocked it
stretch goal
goal which seems to be unobtainable with the existing resources
ultimate goal
final intention; main purpose
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