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script

noun uk   /skrɪpt/ us  

script noun (TEXT)

B2 [C] the words of a film, play, broadcast, or speech: Bruce Robinson wrote the script for 'The Killing Fields'. [C] Australian English a piece of paper on which a doctor writes the details of the medicine or drugs that someone needs
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script noun (EXAM)

[C] UK an answer paper written by a student in an exam

script noun (WRITING)

C2 [U] a set of letters used for writing a particular language: Arabic/Cyrillic/Roman script [C or U] writing, especially when well-formed: The invitation was written in beautiful italic script.

script noun (COMPUTER)

[C or U] specialized computing a type of language for programming computers that is used for finding and showing websites on the internet
script
verb [T] uk   us  
He's a very good actor, but the part was scripted for an older person.
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