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  • 41 Goal 2 — Filmdaten Deutscher Titel: Goal II – Der Traum ist Real! Originaltitel: Goal II – Living the Dream! Produktionsland: Großbritannien Erscheinungsjahr: 2006 Länge: 111 Minuten Originalsprache: En …

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  • 42 goal — n. 1) to set a goal 2) to achieve, attain, reach, realize a goal 3) (sports) to kick, make, score a goal 4) (sports) to nullify a goal 5) an immediate; long range, long term; ultimate goal 6) (sports) a field goal 7) (BE) (soccer) an own goal ( a …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 43 Goal ! —  Pour l’article homonyme, voir Goal.  Goal ![1] est un film anglo américain de Danny Cannon sorti en 2005. Il s agit du premier volet d une trilogie racontant l ascension d un jeune joueur. Synopsis L histoire démarre au Mexique… …

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  • 44 Goal II — Filmdaten Deutscher Titel Goal II – Der Traum ist Real! Originaltitel Goal II – Living the Dream! …

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  • 45 goal — [[t]go͟ʊl[/t]] ♦♦ goals 1) N COUNT In games such as soccer, 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. The Spaniards put all their strokes past Mason in the… …

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  • 46 goal — noun (C) 1 something that you hope to achieve in the future; aim: achieve a goal: We ve achieved our goal of building a shelter for the homeless. | long term goal/short term goal (=that you hope to achieve after a long or short time) 2 the action …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 47 ¡Goal! — No debe confundirse con Goal!. ¡Goal! Título ¡Goal! Ficha técnica Dirección Luis José Moglia Barth Producción …

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  • 48 goal — go·al s.m.inv. AU nel gioco del calcio, il punto segnato da una squadra quando il pallone entra nella porta avversaria: gli azzurri hanno fatto goal, hanno subito due goal Sinonimi: rete. {{line}} {{/line}} VARIANTI: gol. DATA: 1903. ETIMO: dall… …

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  • 49 Goal! 3 — Infobox Film name = Goal! 3 writer = Mike Jefferies Piers Ashworth starring = Kuno Becker JJ Feild Leo Gregory Kasia Smutniak| Nick Moran director = Andy Morahan producer = Mike Jefferies Matt Barrelle Peter Heslop released = March 10th 2009… …

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  • 50 goal — /goʊl/ (say gohl) noun 1. that towards which effort is directed; aim or end. 2. the terminal point in a race. 3. a pole or other object by which this is marked. 4. an area, basket, cage or object or structure towards which the players strive to… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 51 goal — noun Etymology: Middle English gol boundary, limit Date: 1531 1. a. the terminal point of a race b. an area to be reached safely in children s games 2. the end toward which effort is directed ; aim 3. a. an area or object toward which players in… …

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  • 52 goal — noun /ɡəʊl,ɡoʊl/ a) A result that one is attempting to achieve. My lifelong goal is to get into a Hollywood movie. b) In many sports, an area into which the players attempt to put an object. She failed in her goal to become captain of the team.… …

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  • 53 goal — [16] The earliest examples of what can confidently be identified as the word goal come from the first half of the 16th century, when it was used for both the ‘finishing line of a race’ and the ‘posts through which the ball is sent in football’.… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 54 goal — noun 1》 (in soccer, rugby, etc.) a pair of posts linked by a crossbar and 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 a goal. 3》 an aim or desired result.     ↘the… …

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  • 55 goal*/*/*/ — [gəʊl] noun [C] 1) in games such as football, the net or structure that you try to get the ball into in order to score points 2) the action of putting a ball into a goal Nielsen scored two goals in the last ten minutes.[/ex] 3) something that you …

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  • 56 goal — [16] The earliest examples of what can confidently be identified as the word goal come from the first half of the 16th century, when it was used for both the ‘finishing line of a race’ and the ‘posts through which the ball is sent in football’.… …

    Word origins

  • 57 goal — See: FIELD GOAL …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 58 goal — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. object, end, aim, ambition; (in games:) finish line, home, cage, goalposts, end zone, basket; field goal, foul. See intention, arrival. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. object, aim, intent, intention; see end… …

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  • 59 goal — See: field goal …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 60 goal n — Coaches usually have a goal in mind …

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