v. prepare text for filming or broadcasting
n. the text of a stage play, movie, or other performance; the written document containing the dialogue and action for a drama
The playwright agreed to script the movie in three months.
Mr. Ma’s ascent to dot-com billionaire is remarkable for not following the traditional script. Unlike Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Apple’s Steven P. Jobs or Microsoft’s Bill Gates, Mr. Ma, 49, has no background in computing and professes not to understand technology.
Sentence in Classic:
Manuscripts are precious, for our brothers in the Home of the Clerks spend one year to copy one single script in their clear handwriting.
Eliza ended by acquiring an extremely uncommercial script which was a positive extension of her personal beauty, and spending three times as much on stationery as anyone else because certain qualities and shapes of paper became indispensable to her.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw Context
But even if it were not, we should stand or fall by our act, and perhaps some day this very script may be evidence to come between some of us and a rope.
And the fire which is called the Dawn of the Great Rebirth, was the Script Fire where all the scripts of the Evil Ones were burned, and with them all the words of the Evil Ones.