|Origin:||skor 'mark cut into a surface, count, twenty'|
the number of points that each team or player has won in a game or competition:
in a gameDS
At half-time the score was one-all.
What's the score?
Is anybody keeping score (=making a record of the score)?
The final score was Southampton two, Leeds United nil.
a score of 3-2
in a test or experiment
the number of points a student has earned for correct answers in a test:
The school's test scores have not improved.
a score of 90%
the number of points that a person or group of people gets in a scientific test or experiment
He had an IQ score of 120.
a written or printed copy of a piece of music, especially for a large group of performers, or the music itself:
a musical score
Who wrote the score for the movie?
concerning the particular thing you have just mentioned:
As for the cost, you don't need to worry on that score.
to know the real facts of a situation, including any unpleasant ones:
We are trying to attract managers who know the score.
to do something to harm or hurt someone who has harmed or hurt you in the past:
Jack came back after five years to settle some old scores.
a mark that has been cut onto a surface with a sharp tool:
deep scores in the wood