the letters or characters used in writing by hand; handwriting, especially cursive writing.
a manuscript or document.
the text of a manuscript or document.
the manuscript or one of various copies of the written text of a play, motion picture, or radio or television broadcast.
any system of writing.
Printing. a type imitating handwriting.
Computers. an executable section of code:
You will have to run the script to install the program on your computer.
verb (used with object)
to write a script for:
The movie was scripted by a famous author.
Computers. to write an executable section of code for (a program):
You can script a program that will scan your files.
to plan or devise; make arrangements for:
The week-long festivities were scripted by a team of experts.
verb (used without object)
Computers. to write an executable section of computer code:
Most programmers script in more than one programming language.
handwriting as distinguished from print, esp cursive writing
the letters, characters, or figures used in writing by hand
any system or style of writing
written copy for the use of performers in films and plays
an original or principal document
(esp in England) a will or codicil or the draft for one
any of various typefaces that imitate handwriting
(computing) a series of instructions that is executed by a computer program
an answer paper in an examination
another word for scrip3
(transitive) to write a script for
noun 1. one who revises or alters a script to improve it. noun a person who analyzes, critiques, edits, and “fixes” screenplays and scripts
adjective, scrummier, scrummiest. Chiefly British Informal. 1. scrumptious. adjective (informal) -mier, -miest 1. delicious; lovely
verb 1. (dialect) to steal (apples) from an orchard or garden scrump
verb 1. (usually foll by up) to crumple or crush (something, esp a piece of paper) or (esp of a piece of paper) to become crumpled or crushed