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score

 (skôr)
n.
1. Sports & Games
a. A usually numerical record of a competitive event: keeping score.
b. The total number of points made by each competitor or side in a contest, either final or at a given stage: The score stood tied in the bottom of the ninth inning.
c. The number of points attributed to a competitor or team.
2. A result, usually expressed numerically, of a test or examination.
3.
a. An amount due; a debt.
b. A grievance that is harbored and requires satisfaction: settle an old score.
4. A ground; a reason: You have nothing to worry about on that score.
5. A group of 20 items.
6. scores Large numbers: Scores of people attended the rally.
7. Music
a. The notation of a musical work.
b. The written form of a composition for orchestral or vocal parts.
c. The music written for a film or a play.
8. Slang
a. The act of securing an advantage, especially a surprising or significant gain: "He had dropped out of school and gone for that quick dollar, that big score" (Peter Goldman).
b. The act or an instance of buying illicit drugs.
c. A successful robbery.
d. An instance of having sexual intercourse with a desired partner.
9. A notch or incision, especially one that is made to keep a tally.
v. scored, scor·ing, scores
v.tr.
1. To achieve or accomplish: scored a success in the play.
2. Sports & Games
a. To achieve or gain in a game or contest: score a touchdown.
b. To count or be worth as points: A basket scores two points.
c. To keep a written record of the score or events of (a game or contest).
d. Baseball To cause (a base runner) to cross home plate, especially by getting a hit: scored both runners with a double.
3. To evaluate and assign a grade to: score a test.
4. Music
a. To orchestrate (a piece of music).
b. To arrange for a specific instrument.
5. To criticize cuttingly; berate.
6. Slang
a. To succeed in acquiring: scored two tickets to the play.
b. To succeed in obtaining (an illicit drug): "Aging punks try to impress her with tales of ... the different drugs they've scored" (Art Jahnke).
7.
a. To mark (a piece of paper or wood, for example) with lines or notches, especially for the purpose of keeping a record.
b. To cancel or eliminate by superimposing lines.
c. To mark the surface of (meat, for example) with usually parallel cuts.
v.intr.
1. Sports & Games
a. To make a point or points in a game or contest.
b. To record the score or progress of a game or contest.
2. Slang
a. To achieve a purpose or advantage, especially to make a surprising gain or coup: "They ... score in places like the bond market" (Mike Barnicle).
b. To succeed in having sexual relations with a desired partner.
c. To succeed in buying or obtaining an illicit drug.

[Middle English, crack, scratch, tally stick, tally of twenty, from Old English scoru (attested only in the sense "twenty"), from Old Norse skor, notch, tally stick, tally of twenty; see sker- in Indo-European roots.]

scor′er n.

score

(skɔː)
n
1. (General Sporting Terms) an evaluative, usually numerical, record of a competitive game or match
2. (General Sporting Terms) the total number of points made by a side or individual in a game or match
3. (General Sporting Terms) the act of scoring, esp a point or points
4. the score informal the actual situation; the true facts: to know the score.
5. US and Canadian the result of a test or exam
6. a group or set of twenty: three score years and ten.
7. (foll by: of) a great number; lots: I have scores of things to do.
8. (Music, other) music
a. the written or printed form of a composition in which the instrumental or vocal parts appear on separate staves vertically arranged on large pages (full score) or in a condensed version, usually for piano (short score) or voices and piano (vocal score)
b. the incidental music for a film or play
c. the songs, music, etc, for a stage or film musical
9. a mark or notch, esp one made in keeping a tally
10. an account of amounts due
11. an amount recorded as due
12. a reason or account: the book was rejected on the score of length.
13. a grievance
14.
a. a line marking a division or boundary
b. (as modifier): score line.
15. informal the victim of a theft or swindle
16. (Dancing) dancing notation indicating a dancer's moves
17. over the score informal excessive; unfair
18. settle a score pay off a score
a. to avenge a wrong
b. to repay a debt
vb
19. (General Sporting Terms) to gain (a point or points) in a game or contest
20. (tr) to make a total score of: to score twelve.
21. to keep a record of the score (of)
22. (Games, other than specified) (tr) to be worth (a certain amount) in a game
23. (tr) US and Canadian to evaluate (a test or exam) numerically; mark
24. (tr) to record by making notches in
25. to make (cuts, lines, etc) in or on
26. (Recreational Drugs) (intr) slang to obtain something desired, esp to purchase an illegal drug
27. (intr) slang (of a man) to be successful in seducing a person
28. (Music, other) (tr)
a. to set or arrange (a piece of music) for specific instruments or voices
b. to write the music for (a film, play, etc)
29. to achieve (success or an advantage): your idea really scored with the boss.
30. (tr) chiefly US and Canadian to criticize harshly; berate
31. to accumulate or keep a record of (a debt)
[Old English scora; related to Old Norse skor notch, tally, twenty]
ˈscorer n

score

(skɔr, skoʊr)

n., pl. scores; score for 11; n.
1. the record of points or strokes made by the competitors in a game or contest.
2. the total points or strokes made by one side or competitor.
3. the performance of an individual or group on an examination or test, expressed by a number or other symbol.
4. a notch, scratch, or incision.
5. a notch or mark for keeping an account or record.
6. a reckoning or account so kept; tally.
7. any account showing indebtedness.
8. an amount recorded as due.
9. a line drawn as a boundary, the starting point of a race, etc.
10. a group or set of 20.
11. scores, a great many.
12. a reason, ground, or cause: to complain on the score of low pay.
13. Informal.
a. the basic facts of a situation: What's the score on Saturday's picnic?
b. a successful move, remark, etc.
14.
a. a written or printed piece of music with the vocal and instrumental parts arranged on staves, one under the other.
b. the music for a movie, play, or television show.
15. Slang.
a. a sexual conquest.
b. a purchase or acquisition of illicit drugs.
c. a successful robbery.
d. the victim of a robbery or swindle.
v.t.
16. to make, gain, or earn in a game, as points or hits.
17. to get a score of.
18. to have as a specified value in points: Four aces score 100.
19. to evaluate the responses a person has made on (a test or examination).
20. Music.
a. to orchestrate.
b. to compose the music for (a movie, play, television show, etc.).
21. to cut shallow ridges into (meat, fish, etc.), usu. in diamond patterns.
22. to make notches, cuts, marks, or lines in or on.
23. to keep a record of (points, items, etc.).
24. to write down as a debt.
25. to record as a debtor.
26. to achieve or win: The play scored a great success.
27. Slang.
a. to obtain (a drug) illicitly.
b. to steal.
28. to berate or censure.
29. to crease (paper or cardboard) in order to facilitate bending.
v.i.
30. to make, gain, or earn points, hits, etc., in a game or contest.
31. to keep score, as of a game.
32. to achieve an advantage or success.
33. to make notches, cuts, lines, etc.
34. to run up a score or debt.
35. Slang.
a. to succeed in finding a willing sexual partner.
b. to purchase or obtain drugs illicitly.
Idioms:
pay off or settle a score, to avenge a wrong; retaliate.
[before 1100; (n.) Middle English; late Old English scora, score (pl.; singular *scoru) group of twenty (appar. orig. notch) < Old Norse skor notch; (v.) Middle English: to incise, mark with lines, tally debts < Old Norse skora to notch]
scor′er, n.

score

  • hopscotch - A game in which one must "hop" over the lines scratched in the ground; scotch means "scratched" or "to score." It was once called hop-score.
  • Apgar score - A measure of a baby's wellbeing that takes into account respiratory effort, skin color, heart rate, muscle tone, and sense of smell—named for American anesthetist Virginia Apgar.
  • earned run - In baseball, a run scored without the aid of errors by the opposing team's fielders.
  • points in the paint - Refers to basketball points scored from within the free-throw lane.

Score

 a group or set of twenty; a weight of 20 or 21 pounds used in weighing pigs, oxen, and other commodities.
Examples: score of bachelors (from the phrase ‘to score’)—Lipton, 1970; flour (20 lb.), 1858; of people.

score


Past participle: scored
Gerund: scoring

Imperative
score
score
Present
I score
you score
he/she/it scores
we score
you score
they score
Preterite
I scored
you scored
he/she/it scored
we scored
you scored
they scored
Present Continuous
I am scoring
you are scoring
he/she/it is scoring
we are scoring
you are scoring
they are scoring
Present Perfect
I have scored
you have scored
he/she/it has scored
we have scored
you have scored
they have scored
Past Continuous
I was scoring
you were scoring
he/she/it was scoring
we were scoring
you were scoring
they were scoring
Past Perfect
I had scored
you had scored
he/she/it had scored
we had scored
you had scored
they had scored
Future
I will score
you will score
he/she/it will score
we will score
you will score
they will score
Future Perfect
I will have scored
you will have scored
he/she/it will have scored
we will have scored
you will have scored
they will have scored
Future Continuous
I will be scoring
you will be scoring
he/she/it will be scoring
we will be scoring
you will be scoring
they will be scoring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been scoring
you have been scoring
he/she/it has been scoring
we have been scoring
you have been scoring
they have been scoring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been scoring
you will have been scoring
he/she/it will have been scoring
we will have been scoring
you will have been scoring
they will have been scoring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been scoring
you had been scoring
he/she/it had been scoring
we had been scoring
you had been scoring
they had been scoring
Conditional
I would score
you would score
he/she/it would score
we would score
you would score
they would score
Past Conditional
I would have scored
you would have scored
he/she/it would have scored
we would have scored
you would have scored
they would have scored

score

1. A counting unit equal to 20.
2. To make a series of shallow cuts on the surface of food.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.score - a number or letter indicating quality (especially of a student's performance)score - a number or letter indicating quality (especially of a student's performance); "she made good marks in algebra"; "grade A milk"; "what was your score on your homework?"
rating, valuation, evaluation - an appraisal of the value of something; "he set a high valuation on friendship"
grade point - a numerical value assigned to a letter grade received in a course taken at a college or university multiplied by the number of credit hours awarded for the course
centile, percentile - (statistics) any of the 99 numbered points that divide an ordered set of scores into 100 parts each of which contains one-hundredth of the total
decile - (statistics) any of nine points that divided a distribution of ranked scores into equal intervals where each interval contains one-tenth of the scores
quartile - (statistics) any of three points that divide an ordered distribution into four parts each containing one quarter of the scores
2.score - a written form of a musical compositionscore - 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"
musical notation - (music) notation used by musicians
sheet music - a musical composition in printed or written form; "she turned the pages of the music as he played"
3.score - a number that expresses the accomplishment of a team or an individual in a game or contest; "the score was 7 to 0"
bowling score - the score in a bowling match
football score - the score in a football game
baseball score - the score of a baseball game
basketball score - the score in a basketball game
number - a concept of quantity involving zero and units; "every number has a unique position in the sequence"
stroke - (golf) the unit of scoring in golf is the act of hitting the ball with a club; "Nicklaus won by three strokes"
birdie - (golf) a score of one stroke under par on a hole
bogey - (golf) a score of one stroke over par on a hole
deficit - (sports) the score by which a team or individual is losing
double-bogey - (golf) a score of two strokes over par for a hole
duck's egg, duck - (cricket) a score of nothing by a batsman
eagle - (golf) a score of two strokes under par on a hole
double eagle - (golf) a score of three strokes under par on a hole
game - (games) the score at a particular point or the score needed to win; "the game is 6 all"; "he is serving for the game"
lead - (sports) the score by which a team or individual is winning
love - a score of zero in tennis or squash; "it was 40 love"
match - the score needed to win a match
par - (golf) the standard number of strokes set for each hole on a golf course, or for the entire course; "a par-5 hole"; "par for this course is 72"
point - the unit of counting in scoring a game or contest; "he scored 20 points in the first half"; "a touchdown counts 6 points"
4.score - a set of twenty members; "a score were sent out but only one returned"
set - a group of things of the same kind that belong together and are so used; "a set of books"; "a set of golf clubs"; "a set of teeth"
5.score - 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"
reason, ground - a rational motive for a belief or action; "the reason that war was declared"; "the grounds for their declaration"
6.score - the facts about an actual situation; "he didn't know the score"
fact - a piece of information about circumstances that exist or events that have occurred; "first you must collect all the facts of the case"
7.score - an amount due (as at a restaurant or bar); "add it to my score and I'll settle later"
debt - money or goods or services owed by one person to another
8.score - a slight surface cut (especially a notch that is made to keep a tally)
incision, prick, scratch, dent, slit - a depression scratched or carved into a surface
9.score - a resentment strong enough to justify retaliation; "holding a grudge"; "settling a score"
bitterness, rancor, rancour, resentment, gall - a feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will
10.score - the act of scoring in a game or sport; "the winning score came with less than a minute left to play"
success - an attainment that is successful; "his success in the marathon was unexpected"; "his new play was a great success"
bull's eye - in target shooting: a score made by hitting the center of the target; "in repeated sets of five shots his numbers of bull's-eyes varied"
goal - a successful attempt at scoring; "the winning goal came with less than a minute left to play"
ten-strike, strike - a score in tenpins: knocking down all ten with the first ball; "he finished with three strikes in the tenth frame"
spare - a score in tenpins; knocking down all ten after rolling two balls
open frame, break - any frame in which a bowler fails to make a strike or spare; "the break in the eighth frame cost him the match"
safety - a score in American football; a player is tackled behind his own goal line
touchdown - a score in American football; being in possession of the ball across the opponents' goal line
field goal - a score in American football; a score made by kicking the ball between the opponents' goal posts
conversion - a successful free throw or try for point after a touchdown
run, tally - a score in baseball made by a runner touching all four bases safely; "the Yankees scored 3 runs in the bottom of the 9th"; "their first tally came in the 3rd inning"
field goal, basket - a score in basketball made by throwing the ball through the hoop
hat trick - (sports) three consecutive scores by one player or three scores in one game (as in cricket or ice hockey etc.)
break of serve, break - (tennis) a score consisting of winning a game when your opponent was serving; "he was up two breaks in the second set"
equalizer - a score that makes the match even
11.score - a seduction culminating in sexual intercourse; "calling his seduction of the girl a `score' was a typical example of male slang"
seduction, conquest - an act of winning the love or sexual favor of someone
cuckoldry - the practice of making cuckolds; sexual conquests of married women
Verb1.score - gain points in a game; "The home team scored many times"; "He hit a home run"; "He hit .300 in the past season"
par - make a score (on a hole) equal to par
shoot - score; "shoot a basket"; "shoot a goal"
convert - score (a spare)
convert - complete successfully; "score a penalty shot or free throw"
convert - score an extra point or points after touchdown by kicking the ball through the uprights or advancing the ball into the end zone; "Smith converted and his team won"
homer - hit a home run
gain ground, get ahead, make headway, pull ahead, win, gain, advance - obtain advantages, such as points, etc.; "The home team was gaining ground"; "After defeating the Knicks, the Blazers pulled ahead of the Lakers in the battle for the number-one playoff berth in the Western Conference"
kick - make a goal; "He kicked the extra point after touchdown"
eagle - shoot in two strokes under par
hole up - score a hole in one
ace - score an ace against; "He aced his opponents"
walk - obtain a base on balls
equalise, equalize, get even - compensate; make the score equal
get, have, make - achieve a point or goal; "Nicklaus had a 70"; "The Brazilian team got 4 goals"; "She made 29 points that day"
2.score - make small marks into the surface of; "score the clay before firing it"
scarify - scratch the surface of; "scarify seeds"
scotch - make a small cut or score into
scribe - score a line on with a pointed instrument, as in metalworking
line - mark with lines; "sorrow had lined his face"
notch - cut or make a notch into; "notch the rope"
pock, scar, pit, mark - mark with a scar; "The skin disease scarred his face permanently"
3.score - make underscoring marksscore - make underscoring marks    
invalidate, cancel - make invalid for use; "cancel cheques or tickets"
record, enter, put down - make a record of; set down in permanent form
4.score - write a musical score for
music - an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner
compose, write - write music; "Beethoven composed nine symphonies"
orchestrate - write an orchestra score for
5.score - induce to have sex; "Harry finally seduced Sally"; "Did you score last night?"; "Harry made Sally"
persuade - cause somebody to adopt a certain position, belief, or course of action; twist somebody's arm; "You can't persuade me to buy this ugly vase!"
seduce - lure or entice away from duty, principles, or proper conduct; "She was seduced by the temptation of easy money and started to work in a massage parlor"
6.score - get a certain number or letter indicating quality or performance; "She scored high on the SAT"; "He scored a 200"
test - achieve a certain score or rating on a test; "She tested high on the LSAT and was admitted to all the good law schools"
achieve, attain, accomplish, reach - to gain with effort; "she achieved her goal despite setbacks"
7.score - assign a grade or rank to, according to one's evaluationscore - assign a grade or rank to, according to one's evaluation; "grade tests"; "score the SAT essays"; "mark homework"
appraise, assess, evaluate, valuate, value, measure - evaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of; "I will have the family jewels appraised by a professional"; "access all the factors when taking a risk"

score

verb
1. gain, win, achieve, make, get, net, bag, obtain, bring in, attain, amass, notch up (informal), chalk up (informal) They scored 282 points in their first innings.
2. go down well with (someone), impress, triumph, make a hit (informal), make a point, gain an advantage, put yourself across, make an impact or impression He told them he had scored with the girl.
3. (Music) arrange, set, orchestrate, write, adapt, compose He scored a piece for a chamber music ensemble.
4. cut, scratch, nick, mark, mar, slash, scrape, notch, graze, gash, gouge, deface, indent, crosshatch, make a groove in Lightly score the surface of the steaks with a sharp cook's knife.
5. (Slang) buy, get, purchase, pay for, obtain, acquire, invest in, procure We scored some dope last night.
noun
1. rating, mark, grade, percentage low maths scores
2. points, result, total, outcome, tally, number of points or goals scored The final score was 4-1.
3. composition, soundtrack, arrangement, orchestration the composer of classic film scores
4. twenty three score and ten
5. grievance, dispute, wrong, injury, complaint, injustice, grudge, bone of contention, axe to grind, turf war (informal), bone to pick They had a score to settle with each other.
6. charge, bill, account, total, debt, reckoning, tab (U.S. informal), tally, amount due So what is the score anyway?
plural noun
1. lots, loads, many, millions, hundreds, hosts, crowds, masses, droves, an army, legions, swarms, multitudes, myriads, very many, a flock, a throng, a great number Campaigners lit scores of bonfires.
on this or that score on this or that subject, as far as (something) is concerned, in this or that respect, as regards this or that, on this or that matter At least I've had no problems on that score.
score points off someone get the better of, make a fool of, be one up on (informal), worst, humiliate, have the laugh on, make (someone) look silly They kept trying to score points off each other.
score something out or through cross out, delete, strike out, cancel, obliterate, expunge, scratch out, put a line through Words and sentences had been scored out and underlined.
settle a score (Informal) get your own back on someone, retaliate, repay someone, hit back (at someone), pay (someone) back (in their own coin), get even with someone (informal), give (someone) a taste of their own medicine, avenge something, give an eye for an eye, give like for like or tit for tat, requite someone's actions Attempting to settle the score can provide us with temporary satisfaction.
the score (Informal) the situation, the facts, the story, the truth, the picture, the reality, the equation, what's what, the state of play, the lie of the land, the setup (informal), how things stand, the true state of affairs He knows the score.

score

noun
1. An incision, a notch, or a slight cut made with or as if with a knife:
2. The total number of points made by a contestant, side, or team in a game or contest:
3. A very large number of things grouped together.Used in plural:
verb
1. To gain (a point or points) in a game or contest:
Informal: notch.
2. To evaluate and assign a grade to:
3. To criticize harshly and devastatingly:
Informal: roast.
Slang: slam.
Idioms: burn someone's ears, crawl all over, pin someone's ears back, put someone on the griddle, put someone on the hot seat, rake over the coals, read the riot act to.
4. Slang. To succeed in doing:
5. Slang. To do or fare well:
Idioms: get somewhere, go great guns, go strong.
Translations
skórepartiturapřeškrtnoutskórovatstav
partiturscorestillingsnesresultat
partituuripistetilannesaadatehdä maalitiu
partiturapostićirezultat
eléreredménygólarányjátékállásjegyzi a pontokat
halda skorraddskrá, partítúrskora/gera markstigafjöldi; staîa í leikstrika út
得点楽譜点を取る
득점득점하다악보
dėl šitodėl tos priežastiesdvidešimtįmuštipartitūra
divdesmitgūt vārtus/punktusiegūt vārtus/punktusizsvītrotnosvītrot
partitúraskórezapisovať body
dosečirezultat
partiturpoängsummaräkna poängställningtjog
โน้ตเพลงคะแนนทำคะแนน
sayı yapmaktüm notayirmiyirmilik grupçıkarmak
bản nhạcghi điểmtỷ số

score

[skɔːʳ]
A. N
1. (in game, match) (= result) → resultado m; (= goal) → gol m, tanto m; (at cards, in test, competition) → puntuación f, puntaje m (LAm)
there's no score yetestán a cero; (in commentary) → no se ha abierto el marcador todavía
there was no score at half-timeen el primer tiempo no hubo goles
what's the score?¿cómo van?, ¿cómo va el marcador?
the final score was 4-1el resultado final fue 4 a 1
we give each entry a score out of tendamos una puntuación or (LAm) un puntaje de uno a diez a cada participante
he missed a chance to make the score 1-1perdió la oportunidad de empatar a 1 or de igualar el marcador a 1
with the score at 40-0 she has three match pointscon 40-0 a su favor, tiene tres bolas de partido
to keep (the) score (Sport) → llevar la cuenta (Cards) → sumar los puntos
2.
the score (= situation) what's the score?¿qué pasa?, ¿qué hubo? (Mex, Chile)
you know the scoreya estás al cabo de la calle or de lo que pasa, ya estás al tanto
3. (= subject)
you've got no worries on that scoreen ese sentido or aspecto no tienes por qué preocuparte
4. (= dispute)
to have a score to settle with sbtener cuentas pendientes con algn
to settle or pay off old scores (with sb)saldar las cuentas pendientes (con algn)
5. (Mus) → partitura f; [of show, play] → música f; [of film] → banda f sonora (original)
film scorebanda f sonora (original)
piano scorepartitura para piano
vocal scorepartitura para voz
6. (= line) (on card) → raya f, línea f; (= scratch) (on wood) → marca f, muesca f
7. (= twenty) → veintena f
three score years and ten (liter) → 70 años
scores of peoplemontones de gente, muchísima gente
bombs were falling by the scorecaían bombas a mansalva
B. VT
1. (Sport) [+ points] → conseguir, anotarse (LAm), apuntarse (LAm); [+ runs] → hacer; [+ goal, try] → marcar
they went five games without scoring a pointen cinco partidos no consiguieron or no se anotaron un solo punto
to score a hit (Shooting) → dar en el blanco
to score a run (Baseball) → hacer una carrera
2. (in exam, test, competition) [+ marks, points] → sacar
to score 75% in an examsacar 75 sobre 100 en un examen
she scored well in the testsacó or obtuvo buena nota en el test
if you answered yes, score five pointssi contestó "sí", saca or suma cinco puntos
3. [+ success, victory] → conseguir
he's certainly scored a hit with the voters/with his latest novelno cabe la menor duda de que ha impresionado a los votantes/ha tenido mucho éxito con su última novela
to score points off sbaventajarse con respecto a algn
4. (Mus) [+ piece] → instrumentar, orquestar
5. (= cut) [+ meat] → hacer unos pequeños cortes en; (= mark) [+ line] → marcar
her face was weathered, scored with linessu rostro estaba curtido y surcado de arrugas
6. [+ drugs] → conseguir, comprar, pillar (Sp)
C. VI
1. (Sport) → marcar
no one has scored yetaún no ha marcado nadie; (in commentary) → aún no se ha abierto el marcador
he has failed to score this seasonno ha marcado esta temporada
that's where he scores (over the others) (fig) → en eso es en lo que tiene más ventaja (sobre los demás)
2. (= keep score) (Sport) → llevar la cuenta (Cards) → sumar los puntos
3. (= buy drugs) → conseguir drogas, pillar (Sp)
to score with sb (= have sex) → acostarse con algn; (= get off with) → ligarse a algn
D. CPD score draw N (Ftbl) → empate m
no-score drawempate m a cero
score off, score out, score through VT + ADV [+ text] → tachar

score

[ˈskɔːr]
n
(= number of points won) (SPORT)score m; (in card game, board game)score f
The score was three nil → Le score était de trois à zéro.
What's the score? → Quel est le score?
(in test)résultats mpl
(MUSIC) (= written music) → partition f
[film, play] (= incidental music) → musique f
the score (= what's happening)
What's the score? → Qu'est-ce qu'il se passe?
to know the score → savoir ce qui se passe
(= grievance) → compte m
to have an old score to settle with sb → avoir un compte à régler avec qn, avoir un vieux compte à régler avec qn
to settle an old score with sb → régler un vieux compte avec qn
(= account) on that score → sur ce chapitre
on this score → sur ce chapitre
(= twenty) → vingt
vt
[+ goal, point, try] → marquer
to score a goal → marquer un but
to score a point over sb (fig)marquer un point face à qn
to score points off sb (fig)marquer des points face à qn
(in test)obtenir
to score 6 out of 10 → obtenir 6 sur 10
[+ success] → remporter
(= cut) [+ leather, wood, card] → entailler, inciser; [+ line] → graver
[+ drugs] → choper
vi
(in game, football, basketball)marquer
to score over sb (fig)marquer des points face à qn
(= keep score) → compter les points
Who's going to score? → Qui va compter les points?
(= buy drugs) → choper
(= have sex) → concrétiser
scores npl
scores of (= lots of) → des tas de
score out
vt sepsupprimer

score

n
(= number of points)(Punkte)stand m; (of game, Sport)(Spiel)stand m; (= final score)Spielergebnis nt; what was your score in the test?wie viele Punkte hast du bei dem Test erreicht or gemacht? (inf); England didn’t get a very good scoreEngland hat nicht sehr gut abgeschnitten; (in game, test also) → England hat nicht sehr viele Punkte erzielt; (Ftbl etc also) → England hat nicht sehr viele Tore erzielt or geschossen; the score was Rangers 3, Celtic 0es stand 3:0 für Rangers (gegen Celtic); (= final score)Rangers schlug Celtic (mit) 3:0; there was no score at half-timezur Halbzeit stand es 0:0; to keep (the) score(mit)zählen; (officially) → Punkte zählen; (on scoreboard) → Punkte anschreiben; what’s the score?wie steht es?; (fig also)wie sieht es aus? (on mit) (inf); he doesn’t know the score (fig)er weiß nicht, was gespielt wird (inf); to make a score with somebody (fig)jdn stark beeindrucken
(= reckoning, grudge)Rechnung f; what’s the score?was bin ich schuldig?, wie viel macht das?; to pay off or settle old scoresalte Schulden begleichen; to have a score to settle with somebodymit jdm eine alte Rechnung zu begleichen haben
(Mus: = printed music) → Noten pl; (esp of classical music)Partitur f; (of film, musical)Musik f
(= line, cut)Rille f, → Kerbe f; (on body) → Kratzer m; (= weal)Striemen m
(= 20)zwanzig; scores of … (= many)hunderte or Hunderte von …, jede Menge (inf); a score of peoplezwanzig Leute; 3 score years and 10 (old)70 Jahre; scores and scoreshunderte or Hunderte, jede Menge (inf); scores of timeshundertmal, zigmal (inf); by the scoremassenweise (inf)
(= reason, ground)Grund m; on that scoreaus diesem Grund, deshalb
vt
(= win)erzielen; marks, pointserzielen, bekommen; goalsschießen, erzielen; runsschaffen; (Rugby) tryerzielen; (Golf) hole-in-onemachen; he scored an advantage over his opponenter war gegenüber seinem Gegner im Vorteil; our last contestant scored one hundred pointsunser letzter Kandidat hat hundert Punkte; each correct answer scores five pointsjede richtige Antwort zählt fünf Punkte; to score a point off or over somebody (fig)auf jds Kosten (acc)glänzen, jdn ausstechen; to score a hit with somebodyjdn stark beeindrucken; that remark scored a hitdiese Bemerkung hat ins Schwarze getroffen
(= groove)einkerben, Rillen/eine Rille machen in (+acc); (= mark)Kratzer/einen Kratzer machen in (+acc); (Cook) fat, meat etceinschneiden; the wall is heavily scored with linesdie Wand weist tiefe Rillen auf
(Mus) → schreiben; the film was scored by Michael Nymandie Musik zu dem Film ist or stammt von Michael Nyman
(inf) drugssich (dat)beschaffen
vi
(= win points etc)einen Punkt erzielen or machen (inf); (Ftbl etc) → ein Tor schießen; to score well/badlygut/schlecht abschneiden; (in game, test etc also) → eine gute/keine gute Punktzahl erreichen; (Ftbl etc also) → viele/wenig Tore schießen; the batsman didn’t score off the fast ballsder Schlagmann konnte die schnellen Bälle nicht verwandeln; that’s where he scores (fig)das ist sein großes Plus
(= keep score)(mit)zählen
(inf: sexually) did you score (with her)?hast du sie flachgelegt? (sl)
(inf: = obtain drugs) → sich (dat)Stoff beschaffen (inf)

score

:
scoreboard
nAnzeigetafel f; (on TV) → Tabelle fder Spielergebnisse
scorecard
nSpielprotokoll nt; (Golf) → Zählkarte f
score draw
n (Brit Ftbl) → Unentschieden nt
scorekeeper
n (= official, Sport) → Anschreiber(in) m(f); (in quiz etc) → Punktezähler(in) m(f); who’s the score?wer zählt (mit)?
scoreless
adj (Sport: = without goals) → torlos; (= without runs/points)ohne dass ein Lauf/Punkt erzielt wurde; Norway had held Holland to a score draw in Rotterdamin Rotterdam hatte Norwegen gegen Holland null zu null gespielt; the next six innings were scorebei den nächsten sechs Innings wurde kein Lauf erzielt

score

[skɔːʳ]
1. n
a. (Sport, Cards) → punteggio, punti mpl
to keep (the) score → segnare i punti
there's no score yet (Sport) → finora nessuno ha segnato (un punto)
there was no score in the match (Sport) → hanno finito zero a zero
to know the score (fig) (fam) → sapere come stanno le cose
to have an old score to settle with sb (fig) → avere un vecchio conto da saldare con qn
b. (account) → motivo, titolo
on that score → a questo riguardo
c. (cut, mark, on wood) → scalfittura; (on leather, card) → incisione f
d. (Mus) (of opera) → partitura, spartito; (of film) → colonna sonora
e. (twenty) a scoreventi
a score of people → una ventina di persone
scores of people (fig) → un sacco di gente
2. vt
a. (goal, point, runs) → segnare; (success) → ottenere
to score 75% in an exam → prendere 75 su 100 a or in un esame
to score a hit (Fencing) → fare una stoccata (Shooting) → centrare il bersaglio
to score a hit with sth (fig) → far centro con qc
to score a hit with sb (fig) → far colpo su qn
b. (cut, leather, wood, card) → incidere
c. (music, for piano) → comporre; (for film) → comporre la colonna sonora
3. vi
a. (Sport) (footballer) → segnare; (player) → totalizzare; (keep score) → tenere il punteggio
to score 6 out of 10 (in exam, test) → prendere 6 su 10
to score over sb (fig) → dare dei punti a qn
b. (fam!) (have sex with) to score (with sb)portarsi a letto qn
score off vt + adv
a. (name, item on list) → cancellare, spuntare
b. (fig) (in argument) to score points off sbavere la meglio su qn
score out score through vt + advcancellare, cancellare (con un segno)

score

(skoː) plurals scores (after a number or a word signifying a quantity) score noun
1. the number of points, goals etc gained in a game, competition etc. The cricket score is 59 for 3.
2. a written piece of music showing all the parts for instruments and voices. the score of an opera.
3. a set or group of twenty. There was barely a score of people there.
verb
1. to gain (goals etc) in a game etc. He scored two goals before half-time.
2. (sometimes with off or out) to remove (eg a name) from eg a list by putting a line through it. Please could you score my name off (the list)?; Is that word meant to be scored out?
3. to keep score. Will you score for us, please?
ˈscorer noun
1. a person who scores points, goals etc. Our team scored two goals – Smith and Brown were the scorers.
2. a person who writes down the score during eg a cricket match.
ˈscore-board noun
a usually large board on which the score is shown at a cricket match, a quiz-programme etc.
on that score
for that reason. He's perfectly healthy, so you don't need to worry on that score.
scores (of)
very many. She received scores of letters about her radio programme.
settle old scores
to get revenge for past wrongs. I have some old scores to settle with you.

score

كُرَّاسُ النُوتَة, مَجْمُوع نُقاط, يُحْرِزُ partitura, skóre, skórovat partitur, score, stilling Partitur, Punkte erzielen, Punktestand παρτιτούρα, σκορ, σκοράρω marcador, marcar, partitura partituuri, pistetilanne, tehdä maali marquer, partition, score partitura, postići, rezultat partitura, punteggio, segnare 得点, 楽譜, 点を取る 득점, 득점하다, 악보 partituur, score, scoren partitur, poeng, score partytura, wynik, zdobyć fazer pontos, partitura, pontuação, pontuar, resultado набирать очки, партитура, счет partitur, räkna poäng, ställning โน้ตเพลง, คะแนน, ทำคะแนน nota, sayı, sayı yapmak bản nhạc, ghi điểm, tỷ số 五线谱, 得分, 计分

score

n. valoración, evaluación;
v. llevar la cuenta; [in a game] anotar.

score

n puntuación f, puntaje m, índice m; Apgar — puntaje de Apgar, índice de Apgar (esp. Esp); coronary artery calcium — puntaje de calcio arterial coronario, puntuación de calcio en arterias coronarias; Gleason — puntuación or puntaje de Gleason; T-score puntuación T; Z-score puntuación Z
References in classic literature ?
While we snuggled down there out of the wind, she learned a score of words.
So of course I said no more on that score, and we went to sleep before long.
On the score of delicacy, or any scrupulousness which a finer sensibility might have taught him, the Colonel, like most of his breed and generation, was impenetrable.
In the way of furniture, there is a stove with a voluminous funnel; an old pine desk with a three-legged stool beside it; two or three wooden-bottom chairs, exceedingly decrepit and infirm; and -- not to forget the library -- on some shelves, a score or two of volumes of the Acts of Congress, and a bulky Digest of the Revenue laws.
As he approached the stream, his heart began to thump he summoned up, however, all his resolution, gave his horse half a score of kicks in the ribs, and attempted to dash briskly across the bridge; but instead of starting forward, the perverse old animal made a lateral movement, and ran broadside against the fence.
Hence it is, that, while other ships may have gone to China from New York, and back again, touching at a score of ports, the whale-ship, in all that interval, may not have sighted one grain of soil; her crew having seen no man but floating seamen like themselves.
As the frustrating of this one attempt involved a score of false alarms, it will be understood what a tribute old Mrs.
repeated Tom, contemptuously; "take a bright lookout to find a soul in you,--save yourself any care on that score.
Then Sir Launcelot went into the hall, and there came afore him three score ladies and damsels, and all kneeled unto him, and thanked God and him of their deliverance.
They hug and kiss and cry and shout and dance and sing; and where we use one loving, petting expressions they pour out a score.
He would bend every energy to the task, and he would score that triumph once more, cost what it might to his convenience, limit as it might his frivolous and liberty-loving life.
Woodhouse opposed it earnestly, on the score of health.