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scorecard

[ skawr-kahrd, skohr- ]
/ ˈskɔrˌkɑrd, ˈskoʊr- /
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noun
a card for keeping score of a sports contest and, especially in team sports, for identifying the players by name, number, and position.
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Origin of scorecard

First recorded in 1875–80; score + card1
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British Dictionary definitions for scorecard

scorecard
/ (ˈskɔːˌkɑːd) /

noun
a card on which scores are recorded in various games, esp golf
a card identifying the players in a sports match, esp cricket or baseball
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