Definition of scorecard in English:

scorecard

Line breaks: score|card
Pronunciation: /ˈskɔːkɑːd
 
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noun

1 (also scoresheet or scorebook) (In sport) a card, sheet, or book in which scores are entered.
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  • They're the ones who bring their own scorebooks to Olympic Stadium, keeping a game-by-game account of what is likely to be the Expos' final season in Montreal.
  • He then concludes Chapter 2 with an excellent discussion about digital and analog chess clocks, scorebooks, scoresheets, and other equipment.
  • But knowing what I've signed up for, I've left my scorebook in New York City this time.
1.1(In business) a statistical record used to measure achievement or progress towards a particular goal: he’s also insisting that all employees get regular scorecards on productivity and profitability measures
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  • The development goals had a 'mixed scorecard'.
  • So check out our career opportunities and learn more about our unique environment where a winning culture and diversity are a key part of our balanced scorecard.
  • Top management guides its business largely by its financial scorecards, namely its P&L statement and its balance sheet.

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