Definition of scorecard
1 : a card for recording the score of a game
2 : a report or indication of the status, condition, or success of something or someone
Examples of scorecard in a Sentence
I always like to keep a scorecard when I watch a baseball game.
The candidate rates highly on the magazine's legislative scorecard.
Recent Examples of scorecard from the Web
In April, PEN Myanmar, which uses the country’s official name, surveyed 14 groups for a scorecard on freedom of expression.
Rep. Joe Geller, D-Aventura, earned one of only two B-pluses issued statewide under the scorecard, the highest grade any lawmaker received.
There will also be equipment and scorecards stocked near some of the holes.
That was reflected once again in market research firm Gartner 's latest annual scorecard of the top public cloud providers that showed Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, and Google retaining the top three spots once again.
Then came the 16th, which is No. 8 on the Cricket Club's Wissahickon course scorecard.
Newman voted in line with the union’s positions in some cases, and voted against them in others, according to its legislative scorecard.
The par-72 venue, which plays to a scorecard maximum of 7,053 yards, now boasts 54 bunkers.
Erin Hills is a massive golf course — measuring more than 7,700 yards on the scorecard, with a rare-for-the-Open par of 72.
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First Known Use of scorecard
SCORECARD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of scorecard for English Language Learners
: a card on which the score of a game or contest is recorded
: a report that gives information about the status, condition, or success of someone or something
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