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Synonyms for score
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Princeton's WordNet

  1. mark, grade, score(noun)

    a number or letter indicating quality (especially of a student's performance)

    "she made good marks in algebra"; "grade A milk"; "what was your score on your homework?"

    Synonyms:
    course, ground level, scotch, marking, grad, mug, sucker, tier, target, crisscross, musical score, fall guy, sign, level, brand, grade, form, chump, mark, stigma, grievance, stain, home run, gradation, scratch, class, degree, gull, sexual conquest, patsy, grudge, fool, marker, scrape, cross, print, scar, bell ringer, bull's eye, account, soft touch

  2. score, musical score(noun)

    a written form of a musical composition; parts for different instruments appear on separate staves on large pages

    "he studied the score of the sonata"

    Synonyms:
    account, sexual conquest, grade, grievance, musical score, grudge, mark, scotch

  3. score(noun)

    a number that expresses the accomplishment of a team or an individual in a game or contest

    "the score was 7 to 0"

    Synonyms:
    account, sexual conquest, grade, grievance, musical score, grudge, mark, scotch

  4. score(noun)

    a set of twenty members

    "a score were sent out but only one returned"

    Synonyms:
    account, sexual conquest, grade, grievance, musical score, grudge, mark, scotch

  5. score, account(noun)

    grounds

    "don't do it on my account"; "the paper was rejected on account of its length"; "he tried to blame the victim but his success on that score was doubtful"

    Synonyms:
    chronicle, invoice, grade, mark, business relationship, sexual conquest, account statement, bill, explanation, grievance, news report, write up, accounting, story, grudge, scotch, musical score, account, history, report

  6. score(noun)

    the facts about an actual situation

    "he didn't know the score"

    Synonyms:
    account, sexual conquest, grade, grievance, musical score, grudge, mark, scotch

  7. score(noun)

    an amount due (as at a restaurant or bar)

    "add it to my score and I'll settle later"

    Synonyms:
    account, sexual conquest, grade, grievance, musical score, grudge, mark, scotch

  8. score, scotch(noun)

    a slight surface cut (especially a notch that is made to keep a tally)

    Synonyms:
    account, sexual conquest, grade, malt whisky, grievance, musical score, malt whiskey, grudge, mark, scotch

  9. grudge, score, grievance(noun)

    a resentment strong enough to justify retaliation

    "holding a grudge"; "settling a score"

    Synonyms:
    account, sexual conquest, grade, grievance, musical score, grudge, mark, scotch

  10. score(noun)

    the act of scoring in a game or sport

    "the winning score came with less than a minute left to play"

    Synonyms:
    account, sexual conquest, grade, grievance, musical score, grudge, mark, scotch

  11. sexual conquest, score(verb)

    a seduction culminating in sexual intercourse

    "calling his seduction of the girl a `score' was a typical example of male slang"

    Synonyms:
    account, grade, grudge, musical score, grievance, scotch, mark, sexual conquest

  12. score, hit, tally, rack up(verb)

    gain points in a game

    "The home team scored many times"; "He hit a home run"; "He hit .300 in the past season"

    Synonyms:
    tot, shoot, whip, dispatch, tote up, mark, sum up, hit, arrive at, add, attain, seduce, match, nock, fit, add up, strike, sum, make, polish off, grade, agree, collide with, gain, tot up, mop up, off, impinge on, chalk up, run into, stumble, worst, slay, gibe, murder, rack up, tally, reach, correspond, come to, add together, jibe, total, summate, pip, bump off, remove, check

  13. score, nock, mark(verb)

    make small marks into the surface of

    "score the clay before firing it"

    Synonyms:
    distinguish, pit, mark, commemorate, pock, hit, rack up, seduce, label, tick, nock, differentiate, strike out, notice, punctuate, make, brand, grade, check off, cross off, stigmatize, note, strike off, mark off, tally, denounce, tag, scar, stigmatise, set, tick off, cross out, check

  14. score, mark(verb)

    make underscoring marks

    Synonyms:
    distinguish, pit, mark, commemorate, pock, hit, rack up, seduce, label, tick, nock, differentiate, strike out, notice, punctuate, make, brand, grade, check off, cross off, stigmatize, note, strike off, mark off, tally, denounce, tag, scar, stigmatise, set, tick off, cross out, check

  15. score(verb)

    write a musical score for

    Synonyms:
    nock, grade, rack up, tally, seduce, make, hit, mark

  16. seduce, score, make(verb)

    induce to have sex

    "Harry finally seduced Sally"; "Did you score last night?"; "Harry made Sally"

    Synonyms:
    urinate, earn, create, take in, pass water, relieve oneself, lay down, pull in, progress to, attain, get, stool, make up, hit, rack up, cook, cause, make, fix, establish, seduce, defecate, shit, take a shit, wee, nock, reach, take, have, pee-pee, arrive at, stimulate, pee, get to, construct, grade, throw, form, gain, micturate, mark, spend a penny, realise, work, do, give, crap, take a leak, induce, hold, puddle, clear, make water, prepare, piss, produce, nominate, wee-wee, ready, tally, name, take a crap, draw, bring in, make believe, constitute, realize, piddle, pretend, ca-ca, build

  17. score(verb)

    get a certain number or letter indicating quality or performance

    "She scored high on the SAT"; "He scored a 200"

    Synonyms:
    nock, grade, rack up, tally, seduce, make, hit, mark

  18. grade, score, mark(verb)

    assign a grade or rank to, according to one's evaluation

    "grade tests"; "score the SAT essays"; "mark homework"

    Synonyms:
    cross out, pit, stigmatise, rank, mark, commemorate, pock, hit, rack up, range, seduce, tick, nock, differentiate, place, strike out, notice, punctuate, make, brand, grade, check off, cross off, stigmatize, strike off, mark off, distinguish, tally, denounce, rate, tag, scar, label, set, order, tick off, note, check

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. score(n.)

    Synonyms:
    mark, incision, notch, furrow

  2. score(n.)

    Synonyms:
    account, charge, bill, debt, reckoning

  3. score(n.)

    Synonyms:
    reason, motive, ground, consideration, sake

  4. score(n.)

    Synonyms:
    twenty

  5. score(v. a.)

    Synonyms:
    mark, notch, furrow, cut, scratch

  6. score(v. a.)

    Synonyms:
    record, note, charge, set down, jot down

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. score(n)

    Synonyms:
    tally, account, notch, incision, motive, account, reason, sake, consideration, behalf, line, groove, twenty

  2. score(v)

    Synonyms:
    notch, scratch, cut, record, enter

Concise Medical Dictionary, by Joseph C Segen, MD

  1. score

    Synonyms:
    Health legislation Economic impact report

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How to use score in a sentence?

  1. Andrea Baccarelli:

    I have likened this to a musical score, where the DNA is the score itself, you can imagine how the performers, in advance of the premier, might add marks to the score. They don’t modify the score, but they modify the way the score is executed.

  2. Lee Un-chul:

    If self-evaluated, our score is only in the fifties, compared with that in the thirties last year ... we are making headway as we can correct even the government if it does wrong.

  3. Senate Republicans:

    Flag on the play ? - Email us at HALFTIMEREPORT@FOXNEWS.COMwith your tips, comments or questions. SCOREBOARD Trump net job-approval rating : -18.4 points Change from one week ago : down 0.8 points [ President Trump’s score is determined by subtracting President Trump average job disapproval rating inthe five most recent, methodologically sound public polls from President Trump average approval rating, calculated in the same fashion. ] ‘ WE HAVE THE VOTES ’ WaPo :.

  4. Captain Morgan:

    It proved to be an important goal and to score at Old Trafford was a great feeling, i felt I had the better of my marker and any ball that was nearly in I thought I could get a touch. It's not ours until we get two hands on the trophy.

  5. The Conservatives:

    A responsible government is a referee that ensures a level playing field so that everyone understands what is going on, and is not simply a cheerleader for projects because cheerleaders do not score goals, and for 10 years nothing got built.


Translations for score

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  • إصابةArabic
  • resultat, marcar, partituraCatalan, Valencian
  • partitura, skóre, skórovat, bodovatCzech
  • hicyn, sgôr, hic, marc, rhicyn, rhic, pen, hiciad, ugain, cyfrif, sail, achosWelsh
  • snes, partitur, scoreDanish
  • Spielstand, Partitur, erzielen, anritzen, Spielergebnis, treffen, punktenGerman
  • poentaro, poentkvoto, dudeko, partituro, noĉo, taksoEsperanto
  • partitura, anotar, tantos, puntaje, puntuarSpanish
  • kakskümmend, [[murdejooni]] [[tegema]], skoorima, skoor, punktiseis, partituur, [[punktiarvet]] [[suurendama]]Estonian
  • piirrottaa, syy, pykälä, saada, pistemäärä, tulos, tilanne, [[tehdä]] [[maali]], koetulos, tehdä, [[saada]] [[tulos]], [[tehdä]] [[taittoviiva]], partituuri, aihe, velka, hankkia, soitintaa, [[tehdä]] [[piste]], maalata, kaksikymmentä, tiu, [[merkitä]] [[tulos]]Finnish
  • vingtaine, partition, gagner, [[nombre]] de [[point#French, scoreFrench
  • scór, ficheIrish
  • fichead, sgòrScottish Gaelic
  • स्कोरHindi
  • eredmény, partitúra, vezérkönyvHungarian
  • punteggio, spartito, realizzare, segnareItalian
  • スコア, 楽譜, 得点Japanese
  • 득점, 得點Korean
  • эсепKyrgyz
  • skorMalay
  • snesNorwegian
  • stand, partituur, scorenDutch
  • sneis, tjugNorwegian Nynorsk
  • poengsum, partiturNorwegian
  • [[zdobyć]] [[punkt]]/[[punkt]]y, zapunktować, wynik, [[zdobywać]] [[punkt]]y, punktować, nadciąć, zaliczyćPolish
  • pontuação, resultado, vintena, faturar, marcador, pontuar, partituraPortuguese
  • scorRomanian
  • двадца́тка, партитура, получать, счёт, [[два]] [[десятокRussian
  • ڪوڙSindhi
  • partituraSlovene
  • poängsumma, tjog, mål, partiturSwedish
  • fungaSwahili
  • ghi bànVietnamese

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