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American English: /skrɪpt/
British English: /skrɪpt/

Translation of script in Spanish:


  • 2 countable 2.1 (text — of film, broadcast)
    (— of speech)
    television/film script script by Harold Pinter
    guión de Harold Pinter
    (British English) (Sch, Univ)
    Example sentences
    • Each of the unitary awarding bodies addressed the need to modernise the system for marking exam scripts by developing an electronic marking process
    • Part of a lecturer's job will be the assessment of students and, as such, the marking of examination scripts would, without doubt, be seen as reasonably incidental to the job.
    • There will not be an opportunity for students to access their exam scripts until after the deadline has passed.
    (Computing) (program, instructions)
    secuencia (feminine) de comandos
    Example sentences
    • So I decided to write my own Perl script to do the job.
    • Learn to read shell scripts and follow their workings.
    • One way to do this is to remotely run a simple, undocumented CGI script installed on the drive.
    Example sentences
    • His repertoire includes movies, too, for which he's written successful scripts, and novels, one of which won the Booker Prize.
    • His words depressed me to the point where I decided not to pursue script writing, even though I love writing scripts.
    • Raw video footage was edited and narration was provided from carefully prepared scripts.

transitive verb

  • 1.1
    escribir el guión de
    1.2 (Computing)
    also: scripted past participle
    preparado de antemano
    Example sentences
    • Now my tightly scripted movie falls apart, and it's improvise from here on out.
    • Rarely will you see apparent anarchy and carefully scripted comedy so happily married.
    • Documentaries can be as heavily scripted as fictional movies.

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