To score as many goals as possible and to score more goals as the opposition
To score as many goals as you can (offence)
To try not to let any goals get into your goal (Goalie and Defence)
score many goals and play good
The Arabic word for "goal" as in objective or the object on the end of a soccer stadium is the word "hadaf" (هدف).
To kick the ball into the square posts at either end of the field.
The objective of lacrosse is to score more goals than your opponent in the time allotted.
When playing the forward position on a soccer team, your main objective is to get the soccer ball into the other teams goal. This is done by finding a way through the opposing team's defence and kicking the ball either directly into the goal or by passing to another player to score.
goalies in soccer have i major objective: stop all balls that come near the goal. the goalies can touch the ball with their hands and feet, but arent allowed to leave their white box painted around the goal.
noun1. something that one's efforts or actions are intended to attain or accomplish; purpose; goal; target: the objective of a military attack; the objective of a fund-raising drive. 2. Grammar. a. Also called objective case. (in English and some other languages) a case specialized for the use of a form as the object of a transitive verb or of a preposition, as him in The boy hit him, or me in He comes to me with his troubles. b. a word in that case. his objective was to score a goal in soccer practice.
They both have a ball. there are two teams. there are two goals. objective is to get the ball to the other end. keep the ball away from your side that you're protecting. Yeah!
An objective clause is a clause which is like a learning objective but this is the objective for an clause
a predicate objective is a predicate that has an objective
An objective is a noun, but you can use objective as an adjective, in which case the superlative is - the most objective.
objective data.. they can be measured