English version

meet a goal/target etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmeet a goal/target etcmeet a goal/target etcSUCCEED IN DOING somethingto achieve something that you are trying to achieve It’s impossible to meet the sales targets. The scheme does not meet its objectives. meet
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meet ... objectivesBy virtue of our respective positions in the organization, you can tell me to meet certain performance objectives.General managers and top executives work to ensure that their organizations meet these objectives.The difficult part - at least before creating the advertising itself - is to evolve a creative strategy to meet the objectives.There is also general recognition that for many years prisons have failed to meet these objectives.This will take account of whether you have achieved the required standards and met your agreed objectives.Wherever possible non-destructive approaches outlined earlier should be used to meet research objectives in preference to excavation.Systematic implies that the steps which are taken to meet objectives should fit together as a cohesive whole.It seemed perfectly possible to meet the objectives we had established.
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