score

All Noun Verb
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  • At the time, it was the second highest first-class score ever made.
  • There are special ways in which a hand can score more than nine points.
  • By his third season, he led the league in goal- and point-scoring.
  • It was the very first time that the score was performed live in Europe.
  • Mark was named as the player of the series after scoring two centuries.
  • This can lead to increased scoring towards the end of the game.
  • Together they scored three feature films and fifteen one hour television shows.
  • This method takes longer to count the score at the end of each hand.
  • No more points were scored in the remaining minutes so this was the half-time score.
  • A scored run due to a passed ball is not recorded as an earned run.
  • A goal can not be scored directly from a free-hit.
  • An attempt to score in this way is called a shot.
  • Should a player score or be sent off, a drink must be taken.
  • Seven minutes passed before the British managed to score their first hit.
  • He has scored more goals for England and United than any other player.
  • The first box score known containing the name Young came from that season.
  • His right was not effective, but he was scoring with his left hand.
  • An independent central bank will score higher in the review than one that is not independent.
  • At the end of the deal scoring points are awarded as described in the table.
  • This is the highest first class score on the ground.
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Meaning of score

  • noun A written form of a musical composition; parts for different instruments appear on separate staves on large pages
    he studied the score of the sonata
  • noun A number that expresses the accomplishment of a team or an individual in a game or contest
    the score was 7 to 0
  • noun A set of twenty members
    a score were sent out but only one returned
  • noun Grounds
    don't do it on my account, the paper was rejected on account of its length, he tried to blame the victim but his success on that score was doubtful
  • noun The facts about an actual situation
    he didn't know the score
  • noun An amount due (as at a restaurant or bar)
    add it to my score and I'll settle later
  • noun A slight surface cut (especially a notch that is made to keep a tally)
  • noun The act of scoring in a game or sport
    the winning score came with less than a minute left to play
  • verb Gain points in a game
    The home team scored many times, He hit a home run, He hit .300 in the past season
  • verb Make small marks into the surface of
    score the clay before firing it
  • verb Make underscoring marks
  • verb Write a musical score for
  • verb Get a certain number or letter indicating quality or performance
    She scored high on the SAT, He scored a 200