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score  Verb
Plural: scores
  1. Translate "score" to Spanish: anotar, acumular puntos, anotar un punto, ganar puntos, hacer puntuación, marcar puntos, marcar un tanto, puntuar, hacer tantos
    English Synonyms of "score": make points, score one, score points, tally, notch
    Define meaning of "score": Gain points in a game.
  2. She scores at the end of the game, Ella anota al final del juego.
    The home team scored many times.
    He hit a home run.
    He hit .300 in the past season.

  3. Translate "score" to Spanish: anotar, ser calificado con
    English Synonyms of "score": chalk up
  4. She scores ten points of the game, Ella anota diez puntos del juego.

  5. Translate "score" to Spanish: subrayar
    English Synonyms of "score": underline, score with underlining, underscore
    Define meaning of "score": Make underscoring marks.


  6. Translate "score" to Spanish: calificar
    English Synonyms of "score": grade, assess, give a mark to, qualify, rate
    Define meaning of "score": Assign a grade or rank to, according to one's evaluation. ; Assign a rank or rating to.

  7. Translate "score" to Spanish: surcar
    English Synonyms of "score": groove
    Define meaning of "score": Make a groove in, or provide with a groove.

  8. Translate "score" to Spanish: conseguir droga, conectar
    English Synonyms of "score": make a score, get drugs


  9. Translate "score" to Spanish: hacer el acto sexual
    English Synonyms of "score": do the sex act, have sex, dick, dip one's wick, do it, do the bone dance, do the nasty, do the nasty dance, copulate

  10. Translate "score" to Spanish: obtener
    English Synonyms of "score": acquire, gain, get, obtain, get oneself, procure, secure
    Define meaning of "score": Come into the possession of something concrete or abstract. ; Win something through one's efforts.

score  Noun
  1. Translate "score" to Spanish: puntuación, calificación, nota, grado
    English Synonyms of "score": evaluation, grade, average, mark, marking, rating, scoring, standing
    Define meaning of "score": A number or letter indicating quality (especially of a student's performance).
  2. She made good marks in algebra.
    Grade A milk.
    What was your score on your homework?


  3. Translate "score" to Spanish: partitura
    English Synonyms of "score": musical score, sheet music, chart, maps, partition, partiture, script
    Define meaning of "score": A written form of a musical composition; parts for different instruments appear on separate staves on large pages.
  4. He studied the score of the sonata.

  5. Translate "score" to Spanish: puntaje, cuenta, marcador, marcaje, recuento, resultados finales
    English Synonyms of "score": account, count, counting, mark, numeration, reckoning, tally
    Define meaning of "score": A number that expresses the accomplishment of a team or an individual in a game or contest.
  6. The score was 7 to 0.

  7. Translate "score" to Spanish: gol, anotación, chicharro
    English Synonyms of "score": score point, goal, point, point in a score
    Define meaning of "score": The act of scoring in a game or sport.
  8. The winning score came with less than a minute left to play.


  9. Translate "score" to Spanish: veintena, grupo de veinte
    English Synonyms of "score": group of twenty
    Define meaning of "score": A set of twenty members.
  10. A score were sent out but only one returned.

  11. Translate "score" to Spanish: muesca
    English Synonyms of "score": nick, notch, pit, slot, small depression, snick
    Define meaning of "score": A slight surface cut (especially a notch that is made to keep a tally).

  12. Translate "score" to Spanish: éxito
    English Synonyms of "score": achievement, success, victory, big time, favorable outcome, hit, triumph, arrival
    Define meaning of "score": The action of accomplishing something.


  13. Translate "score" to Spanish: golpe
    English Synonyms of "score": blow, bump, hit, knock, strike, whack, bash, bop
    Define meaning of "score": A powerful stroke with the fist or a weapon. ; An impact (as from a collision).

  14. Translate "SCORE" to Spanish: reclamación especial sobre el patrimonio residual
    English Synonyms of "SCORE": special claim on residential equity

  15. Translate "score" to Spanish: valoración casi siempre expresada numéricamente

Verb Conjugation for "score"
Gerund: scoring

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Conceptually-related expressions of "score"
a score of
age score
Apgar score
articulation score
articulation score test
average score
band score
bass accompaniment in a musical score
Bishop's score
Bishop score
bowing marked on score
box score
by the score
composite score
conduct without a score
criterion score
critical score
cumulative score
cutting score
derived score
deviation score
Dubowitz score
EMC FOM score
even the score
film score
final score
follow the score
full score
Gleason score
gross score
half-time score
injury severity score
ipsative score
keep score
keep the score
keeping score
knock up a good score
know the score
language score
lowest score
make a score
make the best score
mean opinion score
mean score
musical score
new Ballard score
no-score draw
normative score
obstetrical optimality score
obtained score
on that score
on the score of
on this score
one scored point
original score
percentile score
perfect score
person keeping score
person with the highest score
piano score
player to whom the ball is thrown for a fairly sure score
point in a score
portfolio beta score
quantitative score
raw score
recovery score
reduced score
relative performance score
representative score
scratch score
settle the score
short score
sigma score
Silverman-Anderson score
spectacular stretch made by the soccer goalkeeper to avoid letting the ball score
standard score
standardized score
system performance score
test score
the big score
the score
the scored
there was no score
this is the score
time score
transformed score
trauma score
type score
upper performance score
vocal score
what's the score
what was the final score
what was the score
win before one's opponent has scored
word intelligibility score
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