a goal: un but (dans la vie comme au football)
My goal is to be CEO of this company one day. Mon but est de devenir un jour PDG de cette entreprise.
Bob scored a goal once, when he was a child. Bob a marqué une fois un but lorsqu'il était enfant.
a goalkeeper: un goal, un gardien de but
- "Europe is a community of nations dedicated towards one goal"
- "The goal is to create understanding amongst your colleagues."
- "Viva Mexico! Goal!"
- "The goal of these focus groups is to gather internal feedback about a couple of new products we're considering."
- "Their goal is to promote teamwork and develop "skill sets" which will help us become more confident, more efficient and more focused on the well-being of the entire organization."
- "To help you achieve your goals, I need you to adopt some new habits."
- "My goal is to pursue a career in the customer service field, specifically in management."
- "Yesterday, during my "re-education" session, I endured cruel treatment that had but one goal: to remove the very essence of my Britishness."
- "Personally, I intend to achieve my goals as soon as humanly possible, and in one case, as soon as time travel technology permits."
- "Well I think the goal was to express the problem in matrix form, so we're really maximizing C to the power of T times X, which is subject to AX smaller than or equal to B, with X being greater than or equal to zero."
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