Score

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Definition

to score: to mark, to gain, to win, to make
verb
He scored three goals last night.

a score: a rating, a mark, a grade, a result
noun

I scored last night (with a girl)!: I slept, I spent the night (with a girl) last night!
idiom
To score is an informal expression that means 'to have success' or 'to sleep with someone'.

Examples

  • "Our score: 7.5 / 10"
  • "Brent : Neither team scored any points?"
  • "In the first half, Mexican striker Jorge Luis Garbajosa scored on an amazing bicycle kick from the penalty area."
  • "My feelings for you are like a lesson that has been corrected instantaneously by a team of native English-speakers, and sent back to your inbox with a score of 100%!"
  • "Garbajosa has scored a goal and the match is over, the Mexicans have won!"
  • "You have scored a grand total of: zero points."
  • "Brent : Well I certainly hope someone scores."
  • "Our score: 9 / 10"
  • "In this case, neither team scored at all."
  • "Our score: 8.5 / 10"

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