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VERB (比赛中)得(分)，进(球) In a sport or game, if a player scores a goal or a point, they gain a goal or point.
Against which country did Ian Wright score his first international goal?...
England scored 282 in their first innings...
英格兰队第一局就获得了 282 分。
VERB (考试等中)得(分) If you score a particular number or amount, for example as a mark in a test, you achieve that number or amount.
Kelly had scored an average of 147 on three separate IQ tests...
凯利在 3 项不同的智商测试中平均得分 147。
Congress as an institution scores low in public opinion polls.
N-COUNT (考试或比赛中的)得分，成绩 Someone's score in a game or test is a number, for example, a number of points or runs, which shows what they have achieved or what level they have reached.
The U.S. Open golf tournament was won by Ben Hogan, with a score of 287...
本·霍根以 287 杆的成绩赢得了美国高尔夫公开赛。
Robin Smith made 167, the highest score by an England batsman in this form of cricket...
罗宾·史密斯得到 167 分，创下了英格兰击球手在这类板球比赛中的最高得分纪录。
N-COUNT (比赛的)比分，结果 The score in a game is the result of it or the current situation, as indicated by the number of goals, runs, or points obtained by the two teams or players.
4-1 was the final score...
最终比分是 4 比 1。
They beat the Giants by a score of 7 to 3...
他们以 7 比 3 的比分击败了巨人队。
VERB 赢得;获得;取得 If you score a success, a victory, or a hit, you are successful in what you are doing.
His abiding passion was ocean racing, at which he scored many successes...
In recent months, the rebels have scored some significant victories...
N-COUNT (电影、戏剧等的)配乐 The score of a film, play, or similar production is the music which is written or used for it.
The dance is accompanied by an original score by Henry Torgue.
...the composer of classic film scores such as West Side Story.
N-COUNT 总谱;曲谱 The score of a piece of music is the written version of it.
He recognizes enough notation to be able to follow a score.
VERB 为(音乐作品)编写总谱 If you score a piece of music, you write it or arrange it for specific instruments or voices.
Strauss spent much of 1941 scoring his last opera, Capriccio...
施特劳斯用了 1941 年的大部分时间为自己的最后一部歌剧《随想曲》编写总谱。
He has mastered enough of the complexities of arrangement to write and score a piece for a chamber music ensemble.
QUANT 许多;大量 If you refer to scores of things or people, you are emphasizing that there are very many of them.
Campaigners lit scores of bonfires in ceremonies to mark the anniversary.
NUM 二十;二十左右 A score is twenty or approximately twenty.
A score of countries may be producing or planning to obtain chemical weapons...
The company already has around four score titles commissioned and planned for publication...
VERB 刻痕于;划线于 If you score a surface with something sharp, you cut a line or number of lines in it.
Lightly score the surface of the steaks with a knife.
VERB 非法购买(毒品) If someone scores drugs, they buy them illegally.
Me and my mate went to score a kilo of amphetamine down in London.
PHRASE 大量(发生或存在) If things happen or exist by the score, they happen or exist in large numbers.
The companies brought out new products by the score.
PHRASE 数，记下(数量) If you keep score of the number of things that are happening in a certain situation, you count them and record them.
You can keep score of your baby's movements before birth by recording them on a kick chart.
PHRASE 了解情况;了解真相;知道问题的症结 If you know the score, you know what the real facts of a situation are and how they affect you, even though you may not like them.
I don't feel sorry for Carl. He knew the score, he knew what he had to do and couldn't do it.
PHRASE 在那一点上/在这一点上;(尤指)在那个难题上/在这个关注点上 You can use on that score or on this score to refer to something that has just been mentioned, especially an area of difficulty or concern.
I became pregnant easily. At least I've had no problems on that score...
If someone you know has cancer, don't let worry on this score stop you from visiting them.
PHRASE (通常指通过巧妙或更有说服力的发言)驳倒，占上风 If you score a point over someone, or score points off them, you gain an advantage over them, usually by saying something clever or making a better argument.
The Prime Minister was trying to score a political point over his rivals...
The politicians might be forced to touch on the real issues rather than scoring points off each other.
PHRASE 报复 If you settle a score or settle an old score with someone, you take revenge on them for something they have done in the past.
The groups had historic scores to settle with each other.