keep score

keep score
To keep track of the score in a game.
See Also: scorekeeper

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  • keep score — index poll Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • keep score — 1) to keep a record of the score in a game 2) to count the number of times that something happens It s not the first time they ve beaten us, but who s keeping score? …   English dictionary

  • keep score — Synonyms and related words: book, calendar, catalog, enroll, enter, enumerate, file, impanel, index, inventory, itemize, list, pigeonhole, post, program, register, schedule, score, tabulate, tally …   Moby Thesaurus

  • keep score — count up points (Sports); keep a record of past events or actions …   English contemporary dictionary

  • keep score — …   Useful english dictionary

  • score — /skɔ / (say skaw) noun 1. the record of points made by the competitors in a game or match. 2. the aggregate of points made by a side or individual. 3. the scoring of a point or points. 4. Education the performance of an individual, or sometimes… …  

  • score — I n. tally (usu. sports) 1) to keep score 2) a close; even; lopsided score 3) (AE) (usu. baseball) a box score 4) a score stands (the score stood five to three = the score stood five three = the score stood at five to three; how does the score… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • score — scoreless, adj. scorer, n. /skawr, skohr/, n., pl. scores, score for 11, v., scored, scoring. n. 1. the record of points or strokes made by the competitors in a game or match. 2. the total points or strokes made by one side, individual, play,… …   Universalium

  • score — score1 [ skɔr ] verb *** ▸ 1 gain point in game/sport ▸ 2 achieve level on test ▸ 3 record score in game ▸ 4 succeed in doing something ▸ 5 obtain ▸ 6 have sex with someone ▸ 7 mark line into surface ▸ 8 write/arrange music ▸ + PHRASES 1. )… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • score — [[t]skɔ͟ː(r)[/t]] ♦♦ scores, scoring, scored (In meaning 10, the plural form is score.) 1) VERB In a sport or game, if a player scores a goal or a point, they gain a goal or point. [V n] Against which country did Ian Wright score his first… …   English dictionary

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