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score US English

The number of points, goals, runs, etc., achieved in a game by a team or an individual

score US Thesaurus

the final score was 4–3

score New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

break the surface of a board to help folding

the score in score US English

The state of affairs; the real facts about the present situation

box score US English

The tabulated results of a baseball game or other sporting event, with statistics given for each player’s performance

top-score US English

(Of a sports player) score the most goals, runs, or points in a particular competition, match, etc.

Apgar score US English

A measure of the physical condition of a newborn infant. It is obtained by adding points (2, 1, or 0) for heart rate, respiratory effort, muscle tone, response to stimulation, and skin coloration; a score of ten represents the best possible condition

FICO score US English

A person’s credit score calculated with software from Fair Isaac Corporation (FICO)

full score US English

A score of a musical composition giving the parts for all performers on separate staves

line score US English

A summary of the scoring in a game displayed in a horizontal table, especially an inning-by-inning record of the runs, hits, and errors in a baseball game

keep score US English

Register the score of a game as it proceeds

score draw US English

A draw in soccer in which goals have been scored, especially as distinguished from a no-score draw in football pools

short score US English

A score in which the parts are condensed onto a small number of staves

vocal score US English

A musical score showing the voice parts in full, but with the accompaniment reduced or omitted

credit score US English

A number assigned to a person that indicates to lenders their capacity to repay a loan

score points US English

Deliberately make oneself appear superior to someone else by making clever remarks

no-score draw US English

A goalless draw in soccer, especially as distinguished from a score draw in football pools

know the score US English

Be aware of the essential facts about a situation

on that score US English

So far as that (or this) is concerned

settle a score US English

Take revenge on someone for a past act

in score US English

A group or set of twenty or about twenty

keep score in score US English

Register the score of a game as it proceeds

score points in point US English

Deliberately make oneself appear superior to someone else by making clever remarks

score points in score US English

Outdo another person, especially in an argument

rescore US English

Revise the score of (a piece of music)

settle a score in score US English

Take revenge on someone for a past act

outscore US English

Score more than (an opponent) in a game

know the score in score US English

Be aware of the essential facts about a situation

on that score in score US English

So far as that (or this) is concerned

fourscore US English

Eighty

scorecard US English

(In sports) a card, sheet, or book in which scores are entered

scoreline US English

The number of points or goals scored in a match; the score

threescore US English

Sixty

keep the score in score US English

Register the score of a game as it proceeds

on that or this score in score US English

So far as that (or this) is concerned

settle a or the score in score US English

Take revenge on someone for a past act

score points off in score US Thesaurus

he's obsessed with scoring points off everyone, even his best friends


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