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scoreboard
American English: /ˈskɔrˌbɔrd/
British English: /ˈskɔːbɔːd/

Translation of scoreboard in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • The athletes and swimmers got to compete in world class stadia and for most, seeing their names displayed on the giant scoreboards was a once in a lifetime experience.
    • Waterloo dominated the play throughout the game, lighting up the scoreboard with its first goal midway through the first half.
    • Although the Golden Hawks were unable to score any more touchdowns, they were able to add two field goals to the scoreboard before the end of the game.

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