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scoring
English - Vietnamese Dictionary
score /skɔ:/
  • danh từ
    • (thể dục,thể thao) sổ điểm, sổ bán thắng
      • to make a good score: làm bàn nhiều
    • vết rạch, đường vạch
    • dấu ghi nợ
      • to pay one's score: trả hết nợ
      • death pays (quits) all scores: chết là hết nợ
      • to pay off old scores: (nghĩa bóng) trả hết thù xưa
    • (âm nhạc) bản dàn bè
    • hai mươi, hàng hai chục; (số nhiều) nhiều
      • scores of people: nhiều người
    • lý do, căn cứ
      • the proposal was rejected on the score of absurdity: đề nghị ấy bị bác bỏ vì vô lý
    • (từ lóng) điều may
      • what a score!: thật là may mắn, thật là chó ngáp phải ruồi
    • (từ lóng) hành động chơi trội; lời nói áp đảo
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (thông tục) những sự thực, những thực tế của hoàn cảnh, những thực tế của cuộc sống
    • to go off at score
      • bắt đầu hết sức sôi nổi (tranh luận một vấn đề gì mình ưa thích)
  • động từ
    • (thể dục,thể thao) ghi điểm thắng
    • đạt được (thắng lợi)
      • to score a success: đạt được thắng lợi thành công
    • gạch, rạch, khắc, khía
    • ghi sổ nợ, đánh dấu nợ; (nghĩa bóng) ghi (một mối thù)
    • lợi thế, ăn may
      • that is where he scores: đây là chỗ hắn ăn may
    • (âm nhạc) soạn cho dàn nhạc, phối dàn nhạc
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) chỉ trích kịch liệt, đả kích
    • to score off
      • (từ lóng) chơi trội, áp đảo
Concise Dictionary
scores|scored|scoringskɔr /skɔː
noun
+a number or letter indicating quality (especially of a student's performance)
+a written form of a musical composition; parts for different instruments appear on separate staves on large pages
+a number that expresses the accomplishment of a team or an individual in a game or contest
+a set of twenty members
+grounds
+the facts about an actual situation
+an amount due (as at a restaurant or bar)
+a slight surface cut (especially a notch that is made to keep a tally)
+a resentment strong enough to justify retaliation
+the act of scoring in a game or sport
+a seduction culminating in sexual intercourse
verb
+gain points in a game
+make small marks into the surface of
+make underscoring marks
+write a musical score for
+induce to have sex
+get a certain number or letter indicating quality or performance
+assign a grade or rank to, according to one's evaluation

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 record, account, reckoning, register, tally, amount, number, count, sum, total; mark, grade:
What was your best golf score? Chester got a score of 80 in the French test
2 nick, groove, scratch, line, mark, stroke, notch, cut, Archery nock:
Every time he won, he made a score on his walking-stick.
3 twenty:
And the days of our lives shall be three score years and ten.
4 Often, scores. dozens, hundreds, (tens or hundreds of) thousands, millions, number(s), drove(s), horde(s), host(s), multitude(s), herd(s), legion(s), lot(s), mass(es), myriad(s), shoal(s), pack(s), covey(s), bevy or bevies, swarm(s), flock(s), army or armies, crowd(s), throng(s):
Passengers by the score angrily protested against the airline's policy of overbooking flights. Scores of animals were fleeing before the forest fire.
5 music, accompaniment, Technical full or short or vocal score:
Boito might have written the libretto, but the score was by Verdi.
6 situation, story, news, status (quo), condition, word, Colloq latest, scoop, US poop:
What's the score on your applications to medical school?
7 dupe, gull, victim, greenhorn, Colloq fall guy, chump, goat, sitting duck, Slang sucker, patsy, mark, Brit mug:
That fellow in the Hawaiian shirt looks a likely score for our little scam
8 ground(s), basis, account, reason, rationale, provocation, cause:
On what score can you justify eliminating him from the competition?
9 settle or pay off or even a score or the score or old scores. get revenge, retaliate, get even, avenge, repay, get an eye for an eye, give tit for tat, give measure for measure, pay (someone) back in his or her own coin, give (someone) a taste or a dose of his or her or their own medicine, Colloq get one's own back:
He tried to find out where MacTavish moved had moved to as he had an old score to settle with him.
v.
10 mark, line, incise, scratch, nick, notch, cut, groove, graduate; scrape, deface, mar, gouge, slash:
The dipstick is scored at intervals to indicate how much oil is in the crankcase
11 gain or make a point or points, record, tally, account for:
George scored a hat trick in the game against Hotspurs.
12 count (for), reckon for or as:
The ace scores either 1 or 11 in vingt-et-un.
13 succeed, be successful, triumph, win, make an impression, have an impact, Colloq make a hit:
Your plan really scored with the boss.
14 succeed in seducing, Slang make out, get laid:
Did you score with Ava last night?


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