scope / skoʊp /


scope3 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. extent or range of view, outlook, application, operation, effectiveness, etc.: an investigation of wide scope.
  2. space for movement or activity; opportunity for operation: to give one's fancy full scope.
  3. extent in space; a tract or area.
v. 有主动词 verb

scoped, scop·ing.

  1. Slang. to look at, read, or investigate, as in order to evaluate or appreciate.
v. 动词组 verb
  1. scope out, Slang. to look at or over; examine; check out: a rock musician scoping out the audience before going on master; figure out: By the time we'd scoped out the problem, it was too late.

scope 近义词

n. 名词 noun

extent or range of something


  1. The campaign is “much larger in scope and complexity than seasonal influenza or other previous outbreak-related vaccination responses,” said the playbook for states from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  2. Various organizations have already tried to reduce the scope of the new law, and some worrying provisions, though none mentioned here, have been removed.
  3. Documents obtained by Voice of San Diego showed Zandvliet wrote many exemptions for reasons well outside the scope of accepted medical science.
  4. One indication of the scope of those ambitions came recently, when Walmart surprised everyone by teaming up with Microsoft to bid on social-media platform TikTok.
  5. My concerns are with the size, scope and speed of what is being reopened on Monday.
  6. Special praise goes to Kudrow for the way she broadened the scope of Valerie Cherish in Season 2.
  7. Most of the actions taken by prior presidents were more limited in size, scope and benefits.
  8. The story of Alstory Simon has all the scope and scale, the cruel reversals, and pointless waste of proper tragedy.
  9. “We are talking a very broad scope here,” one senior committee staff member said.
  10. I mean, most people on here are literally openly hoping for the leaks to continue and expand in scope and scale.
  11. Not only do children thus of themselves extend the scope of our commands, they show a disposition to make rules for themselves.
  12. What are these numerous Acts of Parliament and what are their objects, scope, and intentions?
  13. Curt as is the cable it has yet scope to show up a little more of our great K.'s outfit.
  14. A few words will suffice to explain the general scope of those alterations.
  15. On reaching the front the volunteer captain soon found scope for his pencil.