goalnoun

  • ja目標、ゴール
  • ensomething someone is trying to do or achieve; an aim or an end

Examples

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Your goal shouldn't be to buy players.
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Your goal should be to buy wins.
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And in order to buy wins, you need to buy runs.
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Who are you?
5.
I'm Peter Brand.
6.
First job in baseball?
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It's my first job anywhere.
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I’m looking for a job.
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In fact, I’ve made up my mind to find a career that I can learn and grow into.
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Who am I?
4.
I’m a hard worker, I set high goals,
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and I’ve been told that I’m persistent.
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So what do you say?
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I could start tomorrow, or even why not tonight.
8.
No.
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- Michael. - Parkour! Parkour!
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- Extreme! - Parkour! Parkour!
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This is parkour.
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Internet sensation of 2004.
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And it was in one of the Bond films.
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It's pretty impressive.
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The goal is to get from point A to point B as creatively as possible.
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So technically, they are doing parkour as long as point A is delusion and point B is the hospital.
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All right, well, what about all your goals for the Nine-Nine?
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You still have so much left to accomplish.
3.
Wrong. I've accomplished everything that I set out to do.
4.
I wanted to reduce crime, and I did.
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There's no crime in Brooklyn anymore.
6.
Seems like a bit of a stretch.
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"Highs and lows increasingly severe."
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Lisa thinks she's hot 'cause she's a sociopath.
3.
I'm a sociopath.
4.
No, you're gay.
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"Uncertainty about goals and a generally pessimistic attitude are often observed."
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Oh, that's me.
7.
That's everybody.
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And then right here, we had these murals kinda painted throughout this basement area from the films.
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And that says Josh Hut-cherson.
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It's gonna be mine one day. It's my goal, is to get an Academy Award.