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Noun
Plural for the number of points, goals, runs, etc. achieved in a game or by a team or an individual
“The final score reflected the home team's dominance, although the Oxford athletes put on a good show and should be encouraged by their performances at such an early stage of the season.”
Noun
Plural for musical arrangement
“He knew the score before he got here.”
Noun
Plural for a lingering ill will towards a person for a real or imagined wrong
“So what is the score anyway?”
Noun
Plural for a notch or line cut or scratched into a surface
“Check the shaft for scratches and scores.”
Noun
Plural for a rating or grade, such as a mark achieved in a test
“No respondent gained a score of 25 and no respondents gained zero or one correct response.”
Noun
Plural for a large number of something
“The back few pages were filled with scores of names - nearly all of them with a vowel at the end - who had some connection with the case or were likely to be called as witnesses.”
Noun
Plural for a grievance
“I've got a score to settle with you.”
Noun
Plural for a reason
“He had resigned on the score of ill health.”
Noun
Plural for a group or set of twenty
“Three score and ten.”
Verb
Record the score during a game; act as scorer
“The important thing is to score neatly.”
Verb
To make a total score of
“A team will experience frustration and anger when they can't score in a game.”
Verb
To mark with or as if with a line or groove
“To prevent color from wicking through to an adjacent area, lightly score the boundary line with a razor blade.”
Verb
Write a musical arrangement
“I'd love to work with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra to score the music for one of his titles.”
Verb
“It's also the first South Korean film to score major studio distribution.”
Verb
“… scored her for failing to report the security breach immediately.”
Verb
“He told them he had scored with the girl.”
Noun
(of a sporting event or exam) Final scores, marks, or placings
Noun
(typically of people) Describing a big collective group
Noun
A countless or extremely great number of people or things
Noun
A collection
Pronoun
A large number or amount; a great deal
Noun
A large number or variety
Noun
A great amount
Noun
A large number of people or things
Noun
A considerable number or amount of something
Noun
A large amount or number of
Noun
Noun
An abundance or large quantity of something
Noun
Plural of drove
Noun
A considerable number of people of things
Noun
Crowd
Noun
A large quantity
Noun
A large number or crowd of people
Noun
A large number of insects or birds moving together
Noun
An item or set of items for sale at an auction
Noun
A large number of people or things
Noun
A vast number of people or things
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