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scoreboard in Games topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishscoreboardscore‧board /ˈskɔːbɔːd $ ˈskɔːrbɔːrd/ noun [countable]  DGa board on which the points won in a game are recorded
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scoreboardThe Coventry scoreboard doesn't work.The $ 3 million Mitsubishi scoreboard lay crated in a loading area.But the scoreboards are a continuing reminder they have to make it work, and deliver the goods.The number on the scoreboard was 50.Hostetler was sharp most of the game, even though his work rarely created points on the scoreboard.The score may actually have been 32-0, but it seems the scoreboard operator could not keep up.The scoreboard read one over gone, two wickets down and no runs scored.