script

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈskrɪpt/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/skrɪpt/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(skript)


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script

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. [holy, religious, Jewish, Muslim] scripts
  2. [read, recite] (from) [holy] scripts
  3. archaeologists discovered [ancient, Persian, Egyptian] scripts
  4. [computer, programming, software, configuration] script
  5. script to [execute, run] a computer program
  6. a [sales-pitch, telemarketing, prepared] script
  7. [Arabic] script
  8. [neat, tidy, untidy, legible, illegible] script
  9. [teach, learn, write] script (at school)
  10. the [movie, show, play] script
  11. [rewrite, rehash, alter, modify] the script
  12. [deviated from, wandered from, ignored] the script
  13. that wasn't [part of, written in] the script
  14. the [actor, character, actress] was written out of the script
  15. the [actress] was sent a copy of the script
  16. cut a [line, scene] from the script
  17. went off the script
  18. did not follow the script
  19. the doctor wrote him a script for
  20. go fill a script
  21. get a refill on the script
  22. finance: a script confirming [share, stock] ownership
  23. UK: [mark, grade, review] exam scripts
v
  1. script a [TV show, movie, play]
  2. scripted by [experts, a famous writer, the best writers]
  3. script for [an emergency, a disaster, that scene]
  4. they hadn't scripted for [an emergency]
  5. scripted in [gold, silver]
  6. scripted [in advance, ahead of time]
  7. scripted the [conversation]
  8. scripted [their activities, events, conferences]
  9. the [activities] were scripted by the [committee, members]
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