Part-score



[pahrt-skawr, -skohr] /ˈpɑrtˈskɔr, -ˈskoʊr/

noun, Bridge.
1.
a contract to make less than the number of tricks required for game:
to bid a part-score of three diamonds.
2.
the number of points gained by making such a contract:
a part-score of 60 points.

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