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NGSL Rank: 821
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  • the number of points, goals, runs, etc. achieved in a game or by a team or an individual.
    E.g. the final score was 4–3 to Royston
  • a group or set of twenty or about twenty.
    E.g. a score of men lost their lives in the battle
  • a written representation of a musical composition showing all the vocal and instrumental parts arranged one below the other.
  • a notch or line cut or scratched into a surface.
    E.g. check the shaft for scratches and scores
  • gain (a point, goal, run, etc.) in a competitive game.
    E.g. McCartney scored a fine goal
  • orchestrate or arrange (a piece of music), typically for a specified instrument or instruments.
    E.g. the Quartet Suite was scored for flute, violin, viola da gamba, and continuo
  • cut or scratch a notch or line on (a surface).
    E.g. score the card until you cut through
  • examine (experimentally treated cells, bacterial colonies, etc.), making a record of the number showing a particular character.
    E.g. the aim should be to score between fifty and one hundred mitotic cells

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