Etymology
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scoreboard (n.)

also score-board, 1826, "blackboard in a tavern on which debts are chalked," from score (n.) + board (n.1). By 1884 as a display of the tally on a sports contest or game.

updated on February 08, 2022

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Definitions of scoreboard from WordNet

scoreboard (n.)
a large board for displaying the score of a contest (and some other information);
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