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score

noun /skoː/
the number of points, goals etc gained in a game, competition etc tanteo, resultado The cricket score is 59 for 3.
(music) a written piece of music showing all the parts for instruments and voices partitura the score of an opera.
a set or group of twenty veinte, veintena There was barely a score of people there.
scorer noun
a person who scores points, goals etc encargado del marcador, persona que lleva el marcador Our team scored two goals – Rooney and Johnson were the scorers.
a person who writes down the score during eg a cricket match. goleador
scoreboard noun
a usually large board on which the score is shown at a cricket match, a quiz-programme/program etc. marcador an electronic scoreboard.
on that score
for that reason por lo que se refiere a eso, a ese respecto He’s perfectly healthy, so you don’t need to worry on that score.
scores (of)
very many montones de She received scores of letters about her radio programme.
settle old scores
to get revenge for past wrongs ajustar cuentas pendientes I have some old scores to settle with you.
(Definition of score from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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