Definition of scorekeeper in English:


Line breaks: score|keep¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈskɔːkiːpə


An official who records the score at a sports match.
More example sentences
  • When the game is over, thank the scorekeepers and congratulate the winners, then get off the floor.
  • In the game one could hear the scorekeeper seated in the hot sun announcing, ‘18 all… 19-18… 19 all.’
  • I was the scorekeeper because I hate that stupid game.



More example sentences
  • It is then the responsibility of the visiting team to assist with score keeping.
  • The most complicated part of this game is the score-keeping.
  • Players have to bring their own scrabble sets, tiles in cloth bags and also a pen or pencil for score keeping.

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