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(of a sporting event or exam) Final scores, marks, or placings
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“No respondent gained a score of 25, and no respondents gained zero or one correct response.”
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(typically of people) Describing a big collective group
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A countless or extremely great number of people or things
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“The back few pages were filled with scores of names, nearly all of them with a vowel at the end.”
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Plural for a tally of something, especially points in a game
“The final score reflected the home team's dominance.”
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Plural for a musical arrangement
“The composition of the film's score was about as confusing as the film's plot.”
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Plural for the facts of a given situation
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“You knew exactly what the score was when you signed up for this.”
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Plural for a notch or line cut or scratched into a surface
“This is largely because of the difficulty in producing a score in the material along which the end can be opened.”
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Plural for a grievance or grudge
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“Bishop and I have a long-time score to settle, and it has nothing to do with you or your husband.”
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Plural for something which is owed such as a debt or bill
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“He thrust his hand into his pouch for money to pay his score.”
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Plural for a reason or grounds for something
“What he gained thereby in respect of Calvinist ethic, he lost again on the score of capitalist spirit.”
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Plural for a group or set of twenty, or about twenty
“At his command, a score of ships surged into motion in a score of different directions.”
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Plural for a small mark or flaw which spoils the appearance of something
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Plural for a long, narrow cut or depression in a hard material
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Plural for a long, narrow mark or band
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Plural for information, typically having military, political or commercial value
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Plural for a goal in football
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Background music
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Plural for a hit that allows the batter to make a complete circuit of the bases and score a run
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Plural for bitter indignation at having been treated unfairly
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Plural for the produced result or effect of a particular process or event
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(cricket) Plural for one side's (from when the first player begins to bat, until the last player is out) or individual player's turn to bat or the runs scored during those durations
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Plural for the written text of a play, film, or broadcast
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Plural for the score or scores of a musical composition or compositions
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Plural for a musical composition arranged for performance with instruments or voices differing from those originally specified
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Plural for the substance or general meaning of a speech or text
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Plural for profit
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Plural for an amount that has to be paid or spent to buy or obtain something
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Plural for the total, aggregate or sum of a given material or objects
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Plural for a prostitute's client
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Plural for the action or crime of stealing
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Plural for the subjugation and assumption of control of a place or people by military force
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Plural for for the purpose of; in the interest of; in order to achieve or preserve
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Plural for evidential information used in reporting or documentation
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To achieve a score (in a game), or secure something valuable or desirable
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“To score a goal like that, you need to have peripheral vision because the defenders hardly give you time to think.”
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To record a tally of points
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“With your card ready in one hand and a hot dog slathered with mustard in the other, you're ready to score the game.”
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To buy something, especially something illicit
“He was seen casing the area, hoping to score some contraband.”
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To mark with or as if with a line or groove
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“To prevent color from wicking through to an adjacent area, lightly score the boundary line with a razor blade.”
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To write a musical arrangement
“I'd love to work with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra to score the music for one of his titles.”
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To get an enthusiastic reception from
“The keys to success can be subtle differences in style or approach, but differences which nonetheless score with the audience.”
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To secure success or an advantage
“I immediately grabbed hold of the opportunity and managed to score.”
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(vulgar, slang) To succeed in having amorous relations with
“I want you to listen to me. I'm going to say this again. I did not score with that woman.”
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(in sport) To score a point when an object is placed into an area designated for such an activity
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Cut with a wide, sweeping movement, typically using a knife or sword
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To buy or procure by payment
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To take physical control or possession of (something) suddenly or forcibly
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To make an opening, incision, or wound in (something) with a sharp-edged tool or object
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To criticize (someone) severely or angrily especially for personal failings
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To damage by rubbing against a sharp or rough surface
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To give great joy, delight or pleasure to
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To make (a groove, hole, or indentation) with or as if with a gouge
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To remove, get rid of or erase, especially written or printed material, or data on a computer
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To cope with, to be successful in
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To receive a more favorable outcome than imagined, especially by good luck
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To rely on, trust, or expect
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To give a mark to (a student or a piece of work)
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To blemish, scratch, or stain with a mark
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To grow strongly and vigorously
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To make a strong, lasting, or favourable impression on
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To give official or legal power to
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Create writing, artwork, or music
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To obtain (something) for free, particularly by guile or persuasion
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To meet one's day-to-day needs
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To give to another for temporary use with the understanding that it or a like thing will be returned
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To express or convey (an opinion or emotion)
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To derive benefit from
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