make a score

make a score

To achieve or obtain something very valuable. We're looking to make a score this weekend—there's a bank just south of here that will be an easy target. You in? As an antique collector, I always look to make a score whenever I visit a garage sale, flea market, or anywhere else someone might unwittingly sell something rare.
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make a score

tv. to do a criminal act: to buy or sell drugs, to rob someone, to perform a scam. (Underworld.) We made a score with that bank job in Adamsville, didn’t we?
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