score card


score card
score|card «SKR KAHRD, SKOHR-», noun, or score card,
a card on which to keep the score of a game, especially while it is being played: »

He strolled through the final 36 holes with a steady 141; came home with an overall scorecard that showed 283 strokes (Time).


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  • score|card — «SKR KAHRD, SKOHR », noun, or score card, a card on which to keep the score of a game, especially while it is being played: »He strolled through the final 36 holes with a steady 141; came home with an overall scorecard that showed 283 strokes… …   Useful english dictionary

  • score card — n. ☆ n. 1. a card for recording the score of a game, match, etc., as in golf 2. a card printed with the names, positions, etc. of the players of competing teams: Also scorecard n. * * * …   Universalium

  • score card — n. ☆ n. 1. a card for recording the score of a game, match, etc., as in golf 2. a card printed with the names, positions, etc. of the players of competing teams: Also scorecard n …   English World dictionary

  • score card — card that shows the points and score of teams or players …   English contemporary dictionary

  • score·card — /ˈskoɚˌkɑɚd/ noun, pl cards [count] 1 : a card on which the score of a game or contest is recorded a golfer s scorecard I always like to keep a scorecard when I watch a baseball game. 2 US : a report that gives information about the status …   Useful english dictionary

  • score card — see scorecard …   English dictionary

  • Balanced Score Card - BSC — A strategic planning and management system used extensively in business and by organizations worldwide. Benefits of the system include increasing focus on results, aligning business activities with organization strategy and improving performance… …   Investment dictionary

  • Balanced Score Card — Tableau de bord prospectif Pour les articles homonymes, voir TBP, BSC et Tableau de bord (homonymie). Demande de traduction …   Wikipédia en Français

  • card — card1 [kärd] n. [ME carde < OFr carte < ML carta, card, paper < L charta, leaf of paper, tablet < Gr chartēs, layer of papyrus; prob. < Egypt] 1. a flat, stiff piece of thick paper or thin pasteboard, usually rectangular, as a) any …   English World dictionary

  • card — card1 [ kard ] noun *** ▸ 1 for paying/getting money ▸ 2 with information ▸ 3 for sending greetings ▸ 4 for playing games ▸ 5 something giving an advantage ▸ 6 in a computer ▸ 7 someone who makes you laugh ▸ 8 thick stiff paper ▸ + PHRASES 1. )… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English


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