objective vs object = cel , jaka różnica?

10 lat temu
1.Oba wyrazy oznaczają cel. Nie znalazłem wyjaśnienia, kiedy stosuje się jeden albo drugi. Może jest jakaś subtelna różnica.

2.Dodałem do powtórek objective aby wiedzieć że ten wyraz oznacza również cel a nie tylko objektywny. Znacie może podobne pary wyrazów?

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Ja jak zwykle mogę podrzucić notkę ze słownika:


These are all words for something that you are trying to achieve.

TARGET - a result that you try to achieve: Set yourself targets that you can reasonably hope to achieve. ◇ attainment targets in schools

OBJECTIVE (rather formal) - something that you are trying to achieve: What is the main objective of this project?

GOAL - something that you hope to achieve: He continued to pursue his goal of becoming an actor.


A TARGET is usually officially recorded in some way, for example by an employer or by a government committee. It is often specific, and in the form of figures, such as number of sales or exam passes, or a date. People often set their own OBJECTIVES: these are things that they wish to achieve, often as part of a project or a talk they are giving. GOALS are often long-term, and relate to people's life and career plans or the long-term plans of a company or organization.

OBJECT - the purpose of something; something that you plan to achieve: The object is to educate people about road safety.

END - something that you plan to achieve: He joined the society for political ends. ◇ That's only OK if you believe that the end justifies the means (= bad methods of doing something are acceptable if the final result is good).

END is usually used in the plural or in particular fixed expressions.

to work towards a(n) TARGET/OBJECTIVE/GOAL
an ambitious/major/long-term/short-term/future TARGET/OBJECTIVE/GOAL
economic/financial/business TARGETS/OBJECTIVES/GOALS
to set/agree on/identify/reach/meet/exceed a(n) TARGET/OBJECTIVE/GOAL

Pozdrawiam :)

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