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script

noun  us   /skrɪpt/

script noun (TEXT)

[C] a text that is written for a movie, play, broadcast, or speech: They gave me the script and I only had five lines.

script noun (WRITING)

[C/U] writing, esp. writing done by hand in which the letters of a word are joined to each other: [C] a neat, legible script [C/U] Script is also the special set of letters used in writing a language: [U] Arabic/Hebrew script
Translations of “script”
in Arabic سيناريو…
in Korean 대본, 각본…
in Malaysian skrip…
in French texte…
in Turkish senaryo, film/oyun metni, yazı…
in Italian copione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 文本, 電影劇本, 劇本…
in Russian сценарий, шрифт…
in Polish scenariusz, pismo…
in Vietnamese kịch bản…
in Spanish guión, escritura, texto…
in Portuguese roteiro, script…
in Thai บทละคร…
in German das Manuskript…
in Catalan guió…
in Japanese (映画や演説などの)脚本, せりふ, 原稿…
in Indonesian teks sandiwara…
in Chinese (Simplified) 文本, 电影剧本, 剧本…
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