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scoreverb

  • ja得点する、〔得点、成功〕得る
  • ento win points, goals, etc. in a game, competition, or exam

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It's just a yes or no quiz on things you like.
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Yes, I know.
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I pass it out and the girl who scores the highest becomes my new best friend.
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Each round will be individually scored by our judge, Captain Holt.
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Oh! Did you let me do that?
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Did I just score on you?
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Yes! You are my bitch, LeBron James!
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Andy, you scored 3, which is exactly the same as me.
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- He shoots. Score! - Yes!
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That was great!
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Huh, what the?
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We scored.
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We actually scored!
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Oh!
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He shoots, he scores!
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Why don't you just play some one-on-one,
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see if you can score?
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Andy, guard him.
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I'd like to see you score one.
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Good, 'cause you're about to see it.

Other meanings for score...

scoreverb

  • ja成功する、〔勝利などを〕収める
  • ento achieve or earn; to have success
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Coach Steve finally scores a win when he’s welcomed back as a gym teacher,
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even though he could have accepted another job at the school for a lot more money.
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How would you like Liza’s job? It’s a lot more money.
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This is for you, my tiny dudes.
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No!
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Some campaigners decided that focusing on a single piece of infrastructure
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would allow people to score a victory or at least rally attention around climate change.
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However, we can safely say that even though he once again failed to score a victory,
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he’s shone like a lighting bolt in the semi-final round.
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Seriously, it gets to the point where he almost goes Super Saiyan.
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The song earned Jennifer Holiday a Tony and a Grammy award in 1982
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for her absolutely inspiring performance.
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While in Jennifer Hudson would also score a hit with her take on the film version in 2006.
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Stop all the rivers.
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Push, strike, and kill.
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Frito-Lay has scored success with its popular Super Bowl advertising context in the past.
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And this year, it has decided to go global.

scoreverb

  • ja得る、獲得する
  • ento obtain something
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They asked me how many people were in my party.
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And I said, "It's not a party.
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It's more like a date."
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And then after a series of back and forths where I told them, "I'm not taking no for an answer,"
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they finally waved the white flag and I scored us a 3:00 p.m. dinner reservation.
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You are a renaissance man.
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After nearly 7 years in office, President Obama has finally scored one of his biggest political achievements.
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That's right. Today, Barack Obama joined Facebook.
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You're never gonna get that loan.
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Why not?
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'Cause, you're a nervous, sweaty-looking man.
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You project failure.
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I know.
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Come in my warehouse, we'll talk.
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I get $100 upfront plus another $500 more once I score the loan.
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My dress is blue and inspired by sirens.
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I scored it at a vintage thrift store back in January.
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In today's video, I'm wearing a vintage double-breasted herringbone coat
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that I found for 5 euros in a flea market in Germany.
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I actually bought it during the height of the summer,
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and therefore nobody else was interested and I scored a bargain.