score en Anglais
v. gain, obtain; earn a point (in a game, etc.); record points, tally; grade a test; cut, make a notch
n. score, tally
This year we have created two pools, one for the team that will win the World Cup, and another one for the score result in the final.
We have noted the score.
Her face was turned to the side, her gaze followed the score intently and sadly.
Don't worry on that score, assured Manuel.
His gay and robust old age had suddenly fallen from him, the news having clapped ten years on to his four score.
I have been there scores of times.
The athlete scored a total of 10 points.
The referee disallowed the score.
When Manchester United scored the third goal, City’s manager turned away in disgust.
A score of men, at least, for this was the very thickest of the ambush, joined in this cruel and untimely mirth.
1. mark: line, notch, stroke
2. tally: total, record, count, rate, number, average, reckoning
3. music: arrangement, composition, orchestration, transcript
4. purpose: motive, reason, ground, consideration
5. count: tally, total, add, tabulate, calculate, enumerate, reckon
6. mark: notch, scratch, deface, cut, mar, maim, mill
7. obtain: gain, procure, get, purchase, win
8. compose: arrange, orchestrate, adapt