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Score (nombre de points)

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Le score désigne dans certains jeux et certains sports, le nombre de points qu'un joueur, une équipe ou un concurrent a marqués (par exemple des buts au football).

Lorsque la différence de points est nulle entre les deux équipes, on parle de match nul.

Sport

On donne ce score généralement sous la forme de deux nombres séparés par un signe moins :

Jeu vidéo

  • La liste des meilleurs scores est appelée high score.
  • Le scoring est une manière de jouer à un jeu vidéo afin d'optimiser le score.
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