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1. Having no points scored; having a score of zero: At the end of the first quarter, the game was scoreless.
2. Having scored no points: The opponent's strong defense managed to hold the star player scoreless throughout the first half of the game.
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(General Sporting Terms) (of a game of football, baseball, and some other sports) in which neither team has scored any goals or points
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scoreless[ˈskɔːrləs] adj [game] → qui s'est terminé sur un score vierge; [draw, tie] → zéro à zéro
Norway held Holland to a scoreless draw
BUT La Norvège a obtenu un nul 0-0 contre la Hollande.
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