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scope meaning

[ skəup ]   Pronunciation:
Synonyms of "scope""scope" in a sentence
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  • Noun: scope  skowp
    1. An area in which something acts or operates or has power or control
      "within the scope of an investigation"
      - range, reach, orbit, compass, ambit 
    2. The state of the environment in which a situation exists
      - setting, background 
    3. A magnifier of images of distant objects
      - telescope 
    4. Electronic equipment that provides visual images of varying electrical quantities
      - oscilloscope, cathode-ray oscilloscope, CRO

    Derived forms: scopes

    See also: scopal

    Type of: electronic equipment, environment, extent, magnifier

    Part of: cardiac monitor, heart monitor, microwave radar, monitor, monitoring device, radar, radio detection and ranging, radiolocation

    Encyclopedia: Scope


  • [Business]
    AmE / noun [U]

    1

    the opportunity or ability to do or achieve sth:

    The group believes there is scope for up to 150 stores.

    The extra money will give us the scope to improve our facilities.

    Her job offers very little scope for promotion.

    First try to do something that is within your scope.

    SYN POTENTIAL

    2

    the range of things that a subject, an organization, an activity, etc. deals with:

    Our powers are limited in scope.

    We have broadened the scope of our market research.

    See also | ECONOMY OF SCOPE


  • [Finance]
    A project management term for the combined objectives and requirements necessary to complete a project. Properly defining the scope of a project allows a manager to estimate costs and the time required to finish the project.

  • [Medicine]
    n : any of various instruments for viewing: as
    a : BRONCHOSCOPE
    b : GASTROSCOPE
    c : MICROSCOPE

  • [Computer]
    <project> Software Evaluation and Certification Programme Europe.

    An ESPRIT project.
Examples
  • Photoelectric work offers the widest scope.
  • There 's ample scope for one 's abilities.
  • This is a deep result beyond our scope.
  • We've got to broaden our scope.
  • The vagueness gave her scope and set her free.
  • It may discuss any matter within the scope of the council.
  • The scope of man 's use of natural resources will steadily grow.
  • Animal activity varies in its scope and significance.
  • It falls outside the scope of the formal taxonomic categories.
  • There was much scope for diplomacy in this triangle of kings.
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