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script

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishscriptscript /skrɪpt/ ●●○ S3 noun 🔊 🔊 1 [countable]AM the written form of a speech, play, film etc → screenplay 🔊 They write all their own scripts. 🔊 a film script2 [countable, uncountable]SLA the set of letters that are used in writing a language 🔊 Arabic script3 [countable] British EnglishSEEXAM/TEST a piece of work that a student writes in an examination4 [singular, uncountable] formalWRITE writing done by hand syn handwriting 🔊 a diary entry written in neat black script
Examples from the Corpus
script• Jean-Jacques Annaud directs a script by Becky Johnston.• Tom Hanks delivers Oscar-worthy work in Robert Zemeckis' latest; the editing and script, unfortunately, do not.• The letter was written in beautiful 18th-century script.• The initial script, she says, was good.• He had noticed that I was having difficulty reading my scripts during rehearsal.• Each sample of script collected begins with an optional header.• He read the announcement from a prepared script.• That was the thing that I found exciting about the script.• Outside the script departments of a few studios, too many producers have taken lazy routes to their scripts.• The script, full of rollicking combinations, was co-written by the master of sports comedies, Ron Shelton.
From Longman Business Dictionaryscriptscript /skrɪpt/ noun [countable] computing a simple program or series of instructions for a computer, or the language that is used to write theseA Windows logon script will assign a printer to a computer.
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