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TOEFL IELTS BNC: 1818 COCA: 1070

score

1 score /ˈskoɚ/ noun
plural scores
1 score
/ˈskoɚ/
noun
plural scores
Learner's definition of SCORE
[count]
: the number of points, goals, runs, etc., that each player or team has in a game or contest(比赛的)比分,得分
chiefly US : the number of points that someone gets for correct answers on a test, exam, etc.(考试的)得分,分数
[count]
: a document showing all the notes of a piece of music(一首乐曲的)总谱
: the music that is written for a movie or play(电影或戏剧的)配乐
[count] : a mark or cut that is made in a surface with a sharp object划痕;刻痕
[count] formal + literary plural score
: the number 20(数字)二十
: a group of 20 people or things二十个(人或东西)
see also fourscore, threescore
scores [plural] formal : a large number or amount of people or things大量;许多usually + of

by the score

: in large numbers or amounts大批;许多;大量

even the score

: to get enough points, goals, runs, etc., to have the same score as your opponent : to tie the score in a game打成平局
: to harm or punish someone who has harmed you报复

keep score

: to officially record the number of points, goals, runs, etc., that each player or team gets in a game or contest(比赛)计分
sometimes used figuratively有时用作比喻

know the score

informal
: to have a good understanding of a situation了解情况

on that/this score

: with regard to the thing that is being discussed关于那/这一点;就那/这个问题而言

settle a/the score

: to harm or punish someone who has harmed you报复;复仇
2 score /ˈskoɚ/ verb
scores; scored; scoring
2 score
/ˈskoɚ/
verb
scores; scored; scoring
Learner's definition of SCORE
: to get points, goals, runs, etc., in a game or contest(比赛中)得分,以…得分
[no object]
[+ object]
[+ object] : to be worth (a particular number of points) in a game or contest(比赛或竞赛中)分值为…,得…分
: to officially record the number of points, goals, runs, etc., that each player or team gets in a game or contest(比赛中)计分,为…计分
[no object]
[+ object]
: to give (someone or something) a grade or a particular number of points based on the number of correct answers on a test, the quality of a performance, etc.(给…)打分
[+ object]
[no object]
[+ object] : to write the music for (a movie, play, etc.)(为电影、戏剧等)配乐,谱曲
[+ object] : to mark or cut the surface of (something) with a sharp object(在…上)画记号,刻痕
[+ object] : to achieve or earn (something)实现;获得
[no object] : to have success取得成功
slang : to buy or get (illegal drugs)购买,弄到(毒品)
[+ object]
[no object]
[+ object] US, informal : to get (something)得到(某事物)
[no object] slang : to have sex with someone and especially with someone you do not know well(尤指与不了解的人)发生性关系

score off

[phrasal verb]
score off (someone) British, informal
: to say or do something in order to get an advantage over (someone)打败;驳倒;占…的上风
TOEFL IELTS BNC: 1818 COCA: 1070

score

1 of 2

noun

plural scores
1
or plural score
a
: twenty
b
: a group of 20 things
often used in combination with a cardinal number
fourscore
c
: an indefinitely large number
2
a
: a line (such as a scratch or incision) made with or as if with a sharp instrument
b(1)
: a mark used as a starting point or goal
(2)
: a mark used for keeping account
3
a
: an account or reckoning originally kept by making marks on a tally
b
: amount due : indebtedness
4
: grudge
a score to settle
5
a
: reason, ground
was accepted on the score of high academic achievement
b
: subject, topic
has nothing to say on that score
6
a
: the copy of a musical composition in written or printed notation
b
: a musical composition
specifically : the music for a movie or theatrical production
c
: a complete description of a dance composition in choreographic notation
7
a
: a number that expresses accomplishment (as in a game or test) or excellence (as in quality) either absolutely in points gained or by comparison to a standard
b
: an act (such as a goal, run, or touchdown) in any of various games or contests that gains points
8
: success in obtaining something (such as money or drugs) especially through illegal or irregular means
9
: the stark inescapable facts of a situation
knows the score

score

2 of 2

verb

scored; scoring

transitive verb

1
a
: to keep a record or account of by or as if by notches on a tally : record
b
: to enter in a record
c
: to mark with significant lines or notches (as in keeping account)
2
: to mark with lines, grooves, scratches, or notches
3
: berate, scold
also : denounce
4
a(1)
: to make (a score) in a game or contest
scored a touchdown
scored three points
(2)
: to enable (a base runner) to make a score
(3)
: to have as a value in a game or contest : count
a touchdown scores six points
b(1)
: achieve, attain
scored a dazzling success
(2)
: acquire
help a traveler score local drugs Poitor Koper
(3)
: win sense 1
scored free tickets over the radio
5
: to determine the merit of : grade
6
a
: to write or arrange (music) for a specific performance medium
b
: to make an orchestration of
c
: to compose a score for (a movie)

intransitive verb

1
: to keep score in a game or contest
2
: to make a score in a game or contest
3
a
: to gain or have the advantage
b
: to be successful: such as
(1)
: to succeed in having sexual intercourse
(2)
: to manage to obtain illicit drugs
scorer noun
Phrases
score points
: to gain favor, status, or advantage

Example Sentences

Noun students with low test scores The film's score is by a famous composer. Verb She scored twice in the game. Each correct answer scores two points. In American football, a touchdown scores six points. Who's going to score the game? Judges will score the performances based on their artistic and technical features. Which judges are scoring tonight? See More
Recent Examples on the Web
Noun
On the next drive, the Colts took over at the Texans' 20 after a fumble recovery and let Taylor gash a tired Texans defense for an easy score. Nate Atkins, The Indianapolis Star, 12 Sep. 2022 Henry also ran for a touchdown, leaving his feet at the 5-yard line to leap past a defender and land in the end zone for an 11-yard score — an athletic display dad took no credit for. Mike Mcmahon, BostonGlobe.com, 11 Sep. 2022 The Baltimore resident and Dunbar graduate rushed 17 times for 89 yards and one touchdown and caught one pass for an 18-yard score. Edward Lee, Baltimore Sun, 10 Sep. 2022 The Vikings scored on two Jared Hollins to James Bolton TDs, but Preston Godfrey put the game out of reach with 2:56 remaining on an 18-yard score for the Pirates. John Vella, al, 9 Sep. 2022 The ensuing kickoff was returned for an 88-yard score from Nordonia speedster Israel Petite. Michael Trivisonno, cleveland, 9 Sep. 2022 Cyndi Lauper needs an Oscar, having already won two Grammys, an Emmy for outstanding guest actress in a comedy series for Mad About You and a Tony for best original score for Kinky Boots. Diane J. Cho, Peoplemag, 6 Sep. 2022 The original film became the first superhero movie to be nominated for best picture, ultimately winning three Oscars (production design, costumes and original score). Jazz Tangcay, Variety, 3 Sep. 2022 Nathaniel Dell returned a punt 74 yards for an apparent score midway through the second quarter, but it was nullified by a block-in-the-back penalty. Raul Dominguez, Chron, 3 Sep. 2022
Verb
Struggling to score points against San Jose State contributes to the Tigers having a 56.4 percent offensive efficiency rating, which is 62nd in the country. al, 12 Sep. 2022 And the Steelers are going to have have to score points to keep up with the offensive fire power of the Bengals. Lance Reisland, cleveland, 10 Sep. 2022 Boudia came through on his final dive to score 568.65 points, beating world champion Qiu Bo of China (566.85) and Britain’s Tom Daley (556.95). David Woods, The Indianapolis Star, 8 Sep. 2022 The pair were the only two Sky players to score more than 20 points off the bench this season. Shakeia Taylor, Chicago Tribune, 28 Aug. 2022 The Sun haven’t been able to score more than 17 points in the first quarter against the Sky this year. Lila Bromberg, Hartford Courant, 27 Aug. 2022 And have no qualms targeting institutions and officials to score points. Ben Kamisar, NBC News, 25 Aug. 2022 In Los Angeles, Lawler’s Law is the covenant that states the first team to score 100 points wins a game. Bill Oram, oregonlive, 23 Aug. 2022 The concern here is that the D.O.J. is abusing its prosecutorial authority to score political points. Isaac Chotiner, The New Yorker, 18 Aug. 2022 See More

Word History

Etymology

Noun

Middle English scor, from Old Norse skor notch, tally, twenty; akin to Old English scieran to cut — more at shear

First Known Use

Noun

14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1a

Verb

14th century, in the meaning defined at transitive sense 1a

Time Traveler
The first known use of score was in the 14th century
TOEFL IELTS BNC: 1818 COCA: 1070
score

noun¹

1in a game, competition, etc.比賽;競賽ADJECTIVE | VERB + SCORE | SCORE + VERB | SCORE + NOUN | PREPOSITION | PHRASES ADJECTIVEbig, excellent, good, high, record, top大比分;高分;創紀錄的分數;最高分winning制勝的比分bad, low, poor糟糕的比分;低分average平均分close, level接近的/持平的比分The score was close in the final game.決賽比分接近。aggregate, overall, total總計得分;總分final, half-time最終比分;中場比分individual, team個人/集體得分basketball, football, etc.籃球、足球等比分box (in baseball棒球) 技術統計VERB + SCOREachieve, earn, finish with, get, have得分;以⋯比分結束比賽give (sb)給(某人)分He got around the course in 72, giving him an average score of 70.他以 72 分的成績完成了這一輪,平均成績達到了 70 分。make, take使比分變成⋯;得分A late goal made the score 4-2.比賽接近尾聲的一粒進球使比分變成了 4 比 2。A late goal took the score to 4-2.比賽接近尾聲的一粒進球使比分變成了 4 比 2。keep, record記分I'll keep (the) score.我來計分。level, tie拉平比分;賽成平局Gerrard struggled valiantly to level the score.傑勒德為扳平比分勇猛拚搶。SCORE + VERBbe, stand at比分為⋯At half-time the score stood at 3-0.上半場結束時比分為 3 比 0。SCORE + NOUNboard (usually scoreboard) , card
(usually scorecard) , sheet (BrE) 記分板;記分卡;記分表
The scoreboard showed we were in the lead.記分板顯示我們領先。Inamoto failed to get his name on the score sheet (= failed to score).稻本未能進球得分。draw (BrE) 平局PREPOSITIONscore against與⋯比賽的得分the best score for years against Italy多年來與意大利隊比賽的最好成績PHRASESbring the scores level, keep the scores level (both BrE) 把比分扳平;保持平分Ronaldo brought the scores level at 2-2.羅納爾多把比分扳成 2 比 2 平。
score

noun²

2 (especially NAmE) in a test考試ADJECTIVE | VERB + SCORE | SCORE + VERB | PREPOSITION ADJECTIVEexcellent, good, high, perfect, record, top優秀成績;好成績;高分;滿分;創紀錄的分數;最高分bad, low, poor成績差;低分average, mean, median, standard平均分數;中位分數;標準成績combined, overall, total總成績;總分IQ, SAT, test智商分數;(美國)學業能力傾向測試得分;測試得分VERB + SCOREachieve, get, have, obtain, receive獲得分數;取得成績calculate計算成績compare比較成績give sb給某人成績boost, improve, increase提高成績;增加分數The article claims that vitamins will boost your child's IQ score.這篇文章稱維生素會提高孩子的智商。SCORE + VERBindicate, reflect, show分數表明/反映/顯示range分數範圍是⋯Most ten-year-olds had scores ranging between 50 and 70.多數 10 歲孩子的得分在 50 到 70 之間。PREPOSITIONscore for⋯的得分She got an unusually low score for creativity.在創造力方面,她的分數異乎尋常地低。
score

noun³

3written music樂譜ADJECTIVE | VERB + SCORE | PREPOSITION ADJECTIVEfull總譜music, musical樂譜orchestral, piano, vocal管弦樂/鋼琴/聲樂總譜the vocal score of 'The Magic Flute'《魔笛》的聲樂總譜ballet芭蕾舞總譜film, movie (especially NAmE) 電影配樂original原創配樂The original score for the movie was composed by John Williams.影片的原創配樂作曲者是約翰・威廉斯。VERB + SCOREcompose, play, read, write作曲;演奏樂譜;讀樂譜;譜曲PREPOSITIONin a/the score在樂譜上a mistake in the piano score鋼琴樂譜上的錯誤
score

verb¹

1win points, goals, etc.得分;進球ADVERB | VERB + SCORE | PREPOSITION | PHRASES ADVERBonce, twice, etc.一次、兩次等進球nearly差點兒進球easily輕易得分Cunningham broke away and scored easily.坎寧安突破攔截,輕鬆得分。heavily (BrE) 大量得分finally最終進球得分VERB + SCOREtry to試圖射門be able to, manage to能夠/成功得分fail to, have yet to未能/尚未得分Walker has yet to score this season.沃克本賽季尚未進球。be ready to, look likely to (especially BrE) 即將進球;看來很可能得分Schumacher is ready to score at his home track again.舒馬赫準備在自己的家鄉賽道再次拿分。Villa always looked likely to score.維拉看起來總是要得分的樣子。PREPOSITIONagainst在與⋯比賽中得分The crowd erupted when the Green Bay Packers scored against the Denver Broncos.在與丹佛野馬隊的比賽中,綠灣包裝工隊進球得分,觀眾歡聲雷動。for為⋯進球She has not yet scored for her new team.她還沒有為自己新加入的球隊進球得分。PHRASEScome close to scoring (especially BrE) 差一點兒得分It was Robertson who came closest to scoring.差一點兒就得分的是羅伯遜。have a/the chance to score, have an/the opportunity to score有機會得分We had several chances to score in the second half.在下半場比賽中,我們有幾次得分機會。open the scoring首開記錄得分Ronaldinho opened the scoring in the seventh minute of the game.比賽進行到第 7 分鐘時,羅納爾迪尼奧首開記錄,破門得分。
score

verb²

2gain marks in a test, survey, etc.取得成績ADVERBhighly, well得高分;考得很好The company scores highly on customer service.該公司在客戶服務方面做得很好。consistently一貫取得⋯成績Women consistently scored higher than men in this test.在這項測試中,女性成績一貫比男性高。

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