[ US /ˈskɔɹˌbɔɹd/ ]
[ UK /skˈɔːbɔːd/ ]
[ UK /skˈɔːbɔːd/ ]
- a large board for displaying the score of a contest (and some other information)
How To Use scoreboard In A Sentence
- The score may actually have been 32-0, but it seems the scoreboard operator could not keep up.
- When equipped with the full unit, a patient sees a display of phosphenes, which looks, as the Wall Street Journal put it, like ‘the light-bulb array of a stadium scoreboard,’ and which approximates - very roughly - the outlines of objects.
- Stradbally had opened in whirlwind fashion and had two goals on the scoreboard as an expected rout began.
- These are some of the most beautiful renderings of baseball stadiums seen, and on top of that are the animated scoreboards and surrounding stadium features that are the envy of many a sports game.
- There's a big drive through a big deer park and a big sign at the start like a cricket scoreboard informing how many big deer have been killed on the road this year.
- The Hoosiers have played their Division 1A opponents even on the scoreboard at 30.8 points scored and 31.0 allowed, but the Hoosiers have faced three bad teams in Western Kentucky, Akron, and Arkansas State and they've been badly outplayed from the line of scrimmage 5.9 yards per play to 7.2 yppl. Jeff Ma: Bringing Down the Bookie: Week 7
- Two big screens and an electronic scoreboard made up for a muffled PA. Times, Sunday Times
- You're not under as much pressure when the scoreboard is ticking over. Times, Sunday Times
- His daily rituals were such that a scoreboard operator in Toronto tried to hex him one time by flipping the stadium clock directly from 7: 16 to 7: 18.
- The scoreboard had already shown that Denver had won their match over Miami 7-3, and this had settled the Woodpushers into last place for the rest of the year.