Definition of 'scoreboard'
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Example sentences containing 'scoreboard'
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They deserved more for their efforts than the zero the scoreboard showed. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It was a good result and keeps the scoreboard ticking over. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But we know he will keep the scoreboard ticking over. The Sun (2011)At the very rear of the arena was a digital clock the size of an electronic scoreboard in a football stadium. In God's Country: travels in the Bible belt, USA. (1989)It's helped give us enough scoreboard pressure to go out and take some wickets. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Sri Lanka needed only to point to the scoreboard to show how effective it was. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The big electronic scoreboard seemed to delight in relaying this unwanted record to a partisan 27,000 crowd. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You're not under as much pressure when the scoreboard is ticking over. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We kept the scoreboard ticking over; our discipline was good. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We've had to rely on penalties to keep the scoreboard ticking over. The Sun (2013)Sometimes it's about keeping the scoreboard ticking over. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Earlier in the season we were making the scoreboard tick over and now we aren't. The Sun (2006)I look down at my little electronic scoreboard. The Sun (2013)And yes, it was a tough kick from close to the touchline with the clock ticking and a massive amount of scoreboard pressure. The Sun (2015)I looked at the huge scoreboard in the stadium with 5-1 on it. The Sun (2016)Two big screens and an electronic scoreboard made up for a muffled PA. Times, Sunday Times (2012)By the time we got out, the scoreboard read we were losing 2-1. Times, Sunday Times (2013)At the end of the day, the scoreboard read six points to four for the Americans. Times, Sunday Times (2010)FOR the first time in the series England have had to bat with scoreboard pressure to add to all the usual requirements of Test-match batting. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'scoreboard'
British English: scoreboard NOUN
A scoreboard is a large board, for example at a sports ground or stadium, which shows the score in a match or competition.
The figures flash up on the scoreboard.
Definition of scoreboard from the Collins English Dictionary
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