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Origin of goal
historical usage of goal
OTHER WORDS FROM goalgoal·less, adjectivesub·goal, noun
Words nearby goal
Example sentences from the Web for goal
While for many people their new stock market habit is a game, it’s also one that’s accompanied by real goals — to pay off student loans, to start a business, to have a nest egg set aside for 20 years from now.
Crucial to such partnerships are clearly stated goals from the get-go, or airtight memoranda of understanding.There’s little evidence showing which police reforms work|Sujata Gupta|July 9, 2020|Science News
That said, the overall goals of civil rights advocates organizing the boycott differ slightly from those of advertisers, according to agency executives.
The goal is to be “able to set the phones so that folks that would have the information about who’s positive could use the technology to let people know that they’ve been exposed.”Apple and Google’s coronavirus contact tracing system gains more participants across the globe|Aaron Pressman|July 8, 2020|Fortune
This systems check is meant to be done in a relatively low-risk environment, and the goal is to get you better prepared for your actual trip.How to Plan a Successful Backpacking Trip in 7 Steps|Andrew Skurka|July 8, 2020|Outside Online
British Dictionary definitions for goal
- a successful attempt at scoring
- the score so made