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assist in some sports, a play that helps another player complete a play such as a score. [1/5 definitions]
ballet the musical score written for or used in such a performance. [1/4 definitions]
baseball a game played with a bat and ball by two teams of nine players each, the object being to score runs by advancing runners around four bases. [1/2 definitions]
basket in basketball, the open metal hoop and net through which the ball is shot to score points, or such an act of scoring. [1/3 definitions]
best-ball of or designating a system of scoring in golf competition in which, on each hole, the lower score of either partner is recorded as the score for that team.
birdie in golf, a score of one stroke under par for a hole. [2/3 definitions]
bogey in golf, a score of one above par on a hole. [1/2 definitions]
breakaway in certain sports, of or designating a play in which one player moves rapidly down the playing area with the potential to score, as in a basketball fast break. [1/6 definitions]
chalk up to score; earn. [1/2 definitions]
contract bridge a form of bridge in which only the number of tricks named in the contract may count toward a game, the excess tricks counting as a bonus score. (Cf. auction bridge.)
copy one of the printed reproductions of an original text, score, or photograph. [1/8 definitions]
deuce1 in tennis and other racket sports, a tie score that requires either side to win two successive points in order to win the game. [1/2 definitions]
eagle in golf, a score of two under par on a single hole. [1/3 definitions]
end zone an area ten yards deep at either end of a football field, into which players attempt to carry the ball to score points.
fast break a play, esp. in basketball, in which a team advances quickly down the playing area to try to score before the defense is prepared.
field goal in football, a score worth three points, made by kicking the ball through the opponent's goalposts. [1/2 definitions]
fingering a particular or preferred method of using fingers to play a musical piece, often indicated in the score. [1/2 definitions]
football a North American game played by two opposing teams on a rectangular field, in which players pass or carry a ball in an effort to transport it to one end of the playing area and thus score points. [1/4 definitions]
forecourt in basketball, the half of the court in which a team is attempting to score. (Cf. backcourt.) [1/3 definitions]
gammon1 to score a gammon against. [1/2 definitions]
genius someone who achieves a very high score on a standard intelligence test. [1/5 definitions]