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own goal

  

      n  
1      (Soccer)   a goal scored by a player accidentally kicking the ball into his own team's net,   (Abbrev.)    o.g  
2    Informal   any action that results in disadvantage to the person who took it or to a party, group, etc. with which that person is associated  
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goal  
      n  
1    the aim or object towards which an endeavour is directed  
2    the terminal point of a journey or race  
3    (in various sports) the net, basket, etc. into or over which players try to propel the ball, puck, etc., to score  
4      (Sport)  
a    a successful attempt at scoring  
b    the score so made  
5    (in soccer, hockey, etc.) the position of goalkeeper  
     (C16: perhaps related to Middle English gol boundary, Old English gælan to hinder, impede)  
  goalless      adj  


drop goal  
      n     (Rugby)   a goal scored with a drop kick during the run of play  
field goal  
      n  
1      (Basketball)   a goal scored while the ball is in normal play rather than from a free throw  
2      (American and Canadian football)   a score of three points made by kicking the ball through the opponent's goalposts above the crossbar  
goal area  
      n     (Soccer)   a rectangular area to the sides and front of the goal, measuring 20x6 yards on a full-sized pitch, from which goal kicks are taken,   (Also called)    six-yard area  
goal kick  
      n     (Soccer)   a kick taken from the six-yard line by the defending team after the ball has been put out of play by an opposing player  
goal line  
      n     (Sport)   the line marking each end of the pitch, on which the goals stand  
own goal  
      n  
1      (Soccer)   a goal scored by a player accidentally kicking the ball into his own team's net,   (Abbrev.)    o.g  
2    Informal   any action that results in disadvantage to the person who took it or to a party, group, etc. with which that person is associated  
touch-in goal  
      n     (Rugby)   the area at each end of a pitch between the goal line and the dead-ball line  

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goal

  
  
aim, ambition, design, destination, end, Holy Grail     (informal)   intention, limit, mark, object, objective, purpose, target  

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Consulte también:

goal area, goal kick, goal line, goal crease

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n.
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exp.
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[Fig.]
n.
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