scoreline


scoreline
scoreline [{{t}}'skɔ:laɪn]
noun
score m

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  • scoreline — [[t]skɔ͟ː(r)laɪn[/t]] scorelines N COUNT: usu sing, usu the N The scoreline of a football, soccer, rugby, or tennis match is the score or the final result of it. [BRIT, JOURNALISM] Victory was not as easy as the scoreline suggests. ...the… …   English dictionary

  • scoreline — UK [ˈskɔː(r)ˌlaɪn] / US [ˈskɔrˌlaɪn] noun [countable] Word forms scoreline : singular scoreline plural scorelines British mainly journalism the final score in a football, rugby, or tennis game …   English dictionary

  • scoreline — noun A line in a newspaper or other publication giving the score in a sports match …   Wiktionary

  • scoreline — score|line [ˈsko:laın US ˈsko:r ] n BrE the score or the final result in a football, ↑rugby, or tennis match …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • scoreline — score|line [ skɔr,laın ] noun count BRITISH MAINLY JOURNALISM the final score in a soccer, RUGBY, or tennis game …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • scoreline — noun Brit. the score in a game or match …   English new terms dictionary

  • scoreline — /ˈskɔlaɪn/ (say skawluyn) noun a score in a game or match, especially viewed as the final match record …   Australian English dictionary

  • scoreline — scoreˈline noun A score in a match, etc • • • Main Entry: ↑score …   Useful english dictionary

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