Crossword clues for goal
- Hockey objective
- Hockey announcer's cry
- Hat-trick component
- Game score
- Financial objective, e.g
- Coyote score
- Brandi Chastain lost her shirt over one
- Brandi Chastain lost her shirt because of one
- Bit of hockey excitement
- World Cup objective
- World Cup announcer's shout
- Word with line or post
- Word screamed by soccer announcers
- Word drawn out by soccer announcers
- What scores a point in soccer
- What a team scores when a hockey puck goes into the net
- Water polo score
- Top of a thermometer, at a fundraiser
- Top of a fund drive thermometer
- To hit No. 1 is a lofty one
- To get deal, perhaps
- Three-pointer in football
- Tender's charge
- Successful slap shot
- Sports announcer's shout
- Something to be achieved
- Soccer rarity, it sometimes seems
- Soccer rarity
- Soccer game score
- Soccer game highlight
- Soccer feat
- Soccer commentator's shout
- Soccer broadcast cry
- Six points
- Shout at a hockey rink
- Shot for one?
- Shootout result, often
- Score on the ice
- Score on a soccer field
- Score in hockey
- Score in a World Cup match
- Score for Pele
- Score for Ovechkin
- Score for Beckham
- Roenick score
- Rink success
- Result of bending it like Beckham, maybe
- Recipients of the NHL's Vezina Trophy
- Quidditch score
- Puck in the net, e.g
- Project's objective
- Point from a header, maybe
- Personal objective
- Patriots' points-maker
- Pair of poles, in polo
- One point in ice hockey
- One of three in a hat trick
- One may go into an empty net
- Object of one's ambition
- Net score
- Make a ___-line stand
- Luongo workplace
- Losing 10 pounds, perhaps
- Long, long word shouted by a soccer announcer
- Kickstarter project target
- Kickstarter number
- Kicker's objective
- Kick into a net
- Item on a bucket list
- It's sought by Predators
- It goes into a net
- Hockey success
- Gridiron terminus
- Gretzky feat
- Fundraising target
- Foosball score
- Financial target
- Field ___
- Esposito's specialty
- Drawn-out cry from a soccer announcer
- Dollar amount on an oversized thermometer, say
- Crossbar, posts and nets
- Cristiano Ronaldo highlight
- Certain score
- Brian McKnight is "Reaching for" his
- "The ___ of life is living in agreement with nature" (Zeno)
- Go on law breaking in self-defeating act
- Self-made disadvantage
- Personal target leading to footballer’s error
- Bad mistake to have ambition
- Take responsibility for a design blunder
- Aim to give up action on pitch
- Exercise in muddy lagoon — it shouldn’t be missed
- Caged puck
- Hockey score
- Announcer's cry at a soccer match
- Soccer score
- It may be tended
- Fund-raising need
- Slap shot success
- Part of a hat trick
- Good shot
- Soccer success
- Score for Mia Hamm
- World Cup highlight
- One-third of a hat trick
- Successful kick
- Soccer announcer's cry
- Aim — striker's target
- Shout at a soccer game
- Hat trick component
- Shutout spoiler
- Sports announcer's scream
- Finish line
- Result of a successful slap shot
- Power play result, often
- Making the honor roll, e.g.
- The state of affairs that a plan is intended to achieve and that (when achieved) terminates behavior intended to achieve it
- A successful attempt at scoring
- 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 place designated as the end (as of a race or journey)
- A line to cross
- End to be attained
- Objective for a soccer player
- Kind of post
- Soccer commentator's cry
- Rugby score
- Score for an Islander
- Bobby Orr score
- Score for Gretzky
- Gretzky score
- Score for Trottier
- Score for Orr, once
- Coors lager drunk in a 28, or 3?
- Exhausted after try, back in glee making mark on the field
- Objective bird has a change of heart
- Score in football
- Desired result
- Target flipping criminal, put head of OPEC inside!
- World Cup cry
- Tender spot?
- Ultimate objective
- Soccer announcer's shout
- Kicker's target
- The puck stops here
- World Cup announcer's cry
- Net gain?
- World Cup score
- Football score
- A puck in a net
- Sportscaster's shout
- Lacrosse score
- Hockey area
- Tender opening?
- Shot into the net
- Orr score
- Netted puck
- It ends up in the crease
- Hockey point
- Hockey announcer's shout
- Fund-raising target
- Blues score
- Word shouted by soccer announcers
- Type of score
- SportsCenter highlight
- Someone tends it
- Soccer target
- Soccer objective
- Soccer game shout
- Soccer cry
- Shout dreaded by the defense
- Shot into a net
- Score for the San Jose Earthquakes
- Penguin's achievement?
- Midfielder's score
- Lightning strike?
- Kickstarter figure
- It's found behind the crease
- It can be found behind the crease
- Hockey player's quest
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Goal \Goal\, n. [F. gaule pole, Prov. F. waule, of German origin; cf. Fries. walu staff, stick, rod, Goth. walus, Icel. v["o]lr a round stick; prob. akin to E. wale.]
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.
Part curb their fiery steeds, or shun the goal With rapid wheels.
The final purpose or aim; the end to which a design tends, or which a person aims to reach or attain.
Each individual seeks a several goal.
A base, station, or bound used in various games as the point or object which a team must reach in order to score points; in certain games, the point which the ball or puck must pass in order for points to be scored. In football, it is a line between two posts across which the ball must pass in order to score points; in soccer or ice hockey, it is a net at each end of the soccer field into which the soccer ball or hocjey puck must be propelled; in basketball, it is the basket suspended from the backboard, through which the basketball must pass.
(Sport) The act or instance of propelling the ball or puck into or through the goal, thus scoring points; as, to score a goal.
Goal keeper, (Sport) the player charged with the defense of the goal, such as in soccer or ice hockey.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1530s, "end point of a race," of uncertain origin. The noun gol appears once before this, in a poem from early 14c. and with an apparent sense of "boundary, limit." Perhaps from Old English *gal "obstacle, barrier," a word implied by gælan "to hinder" and also found in compounds (singal, widgal); and compare Old Norse geil "a narrow glen, a passage." Or from Old French gaule "a pole," from Germanic; or a figurative use of Middle English gale "a way, course" (mid-14c.) Sports sense of "place where the ball is put to score" is attested from 1540s. Figurative sense of "object of an effort" is from 1540s.
n. A result that one is attempting to achieve.
n. 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" [syn: end]
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
A goal is an objective that a person or a system plans or intends to achieve.
In sports, a goal is a physical structure or area where an attacking team must send the ball or puck in order to score points. In several sports, a goal is the sole method of scoring, and thus the final score is expressed in the total number of goals scored by each team. In other sports, a goal may be one of several scoring methods, and thus may be worth a different set number of points than the others.
The structure of a goal varies from sport to sport. Most often, it is a rectangular structure that is placed at each end of the playing field. Each structure usually consists of two vertical posts, called goal posts, supporting a horizontal crossbar. A goal line marked on the playing surface between the goal posts demarcates the goal area. Thus, the objective is to send the ball or puck between the goal posts, under or over the crossbar (depending on the sport), and across the goal line. Less commonly, as in basketball or netball, goals are ring-shaped. The structure is often accompanied with an auxiliary net, which stops or slows down the ball when a goal is scored.
In ice hockey, a goal is scored when the puck completely crosses the goal line between the two goal posts and below the goal crossbar. A goal awards one point to the team attacking the goal scored upon, regardless of which team the player who actually deflected the puck into the goal belongs to (see also own goal). Typically, a player on the team attempting to score shoots the puck with his/her stick towards the goal net opening, and a player on the opposing team called a goaltender tries to block the shot to prevent a goal from being scored against his/her team.
The term goal may also refer to the structure in which goals are scored. The ice hockey goal is rectangular in shape; the front frame of the goal is made of steel tube painted red (or an other color depending on the league) and consists of two vertical goalposts and a horizontal crossbar. A net is attached to the back of the frame to catch pucks that enter the goal and also to prevent pucks from entering it from behind. The entire goal is considered an inbounds area of the playing surface, and it is legal to play the puck behind the goal. Under NHL rules, the opening of the goal is wide by tall, and the footprint of the goal is deep.
Goal is a 2007 Malayalam film directed by Kamal. The film stars newcomers Rejith Menon and a Mumbai based Model Aksha Pardasany and Mukta George in the lead roles. The cast also includes, Mukesh and Rahman.
A goal is a desired result that a person or a system envisions, plans and commits to achieve: a personal or organizational desired end-point in some sort of assumed development. Many people endeavor to reach goals within a finite time by setting deadlines.
Goal'' (Spanish:¡Goal!'') is a 1936 Argentine sports film directed by Luis Moglia Barth.
The film's sets were designed by Raúl Soldi.
Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal is a 2007 Bollywood sport film. It was released on 29 November 2007, produced by Ronnie Screwvala and directed by Vivek Agnihotri for UTV Motion Pictures. The film stars John Abraham, Bipasha Basu, Arshad Warsi and Boman Irani. The film's soundtrack is composed by Pritam with lyrics by Javed Akhtar. Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal is a contemporary fictional story of the South Asian community in the UK, told through the prism of professional football. The film received positive reviews though the film was only moderately successful at the box-office and was declared "Average" by Box Office India. The film was premiered in the Tous Les Cinemas du Monde (World Cinema) section of 2007 Cannes Film Festival.
Usage examples of "goal".
If an activity has achieved its goal, it should either be terminated or given new goals.
One is at the minimum necessity level for achieving a goal, a second covers the optimum solution, and a third might be a money-is-no-object solution which tried to address the so-called requirement factors too.
OpSys people plus communicate the performance results of measurements of OpSys efforts toward achieving those top level goals.
I think we can show that if this idea is adopted, it will open the door toward eventually making many of those reductions and achieving most of our goals.
Western nations, thereby achieving a foreign policy goal that had become a national obsession.
Such treatment by the authorities soon led some socialist leaders to despair of ever achieving their goals by parliamentary means and to embrace more radical ideologies, such as syndicalism and anarchism.
The German victories in Europe, including the fall of France in June 1940, buoyed the Japanese into believing that alliance with Germany could help in achieving their goals in East Asia, and in September of that year Japan signed a tripartite pact with the Axis powers.
The goal is to avoid letting the adolescent isolate cyberspace from the rest of their life.
Your goal in choosing outdoor advertising should be to define the best locations and work hard to get postings on billboards.
Their goal had been to leave human and posthuman Aenean space far behind them, allowing their people, the Amoiete Spectrum Helix culture, to pursue their own goals, to find their own destiny free of Aenean intervention.
Jenny knew traumatic personal relationships could wreak havoc with her goal to take her company public and conquer the agoraphobia once and for all.
In this case, the goals of the Anabasis can be equated to the goals of Esro Mondrian.
The pessimistic Ascenders dourly pursued an otherworldly Goal they were assured of never reaching, and the optimistic Descenders giddily embraced a this-worldly creation whose Source they celebrated but never experienced.
Then, since the fire of the sidereal system has attained its goal, why does it not stay at rest?
She had been scheduled to graduate on the twelfth from a four-month avionics school in pursuit of her goal of becoming one of the fast female Marine aviators.