scope

  • 41 scope — noun 1) the scope of the investigation Syn: extent, range, breadth, width, reach, sweep, purview, span, horizon; area, sphere, field, realm, compass, orbit, ambit, terms/field of reference, j …

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  • 42 scope — noun 1) the scope of the investigation Syn: extent, range, breadth, reach, sweep, span, area, sphere, realm, compass, orbit, ambit, terms of reference, remit 2) the scope for change is limited …

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  • 43 scope — /skəυp/ noun an opportunity or possibility ● There is considerable scope for expansion into the export market. ♦ there is scope for improvement in our sales performance the sales performance could be improved …

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  • 44 scope — I. noun Etymology: Italian scopo purpose, goal, from Greek skopos; akin to Greek skeptesthai to watch, look at more at spy Date: circa 1555 1. intention, object 2. space or opportunity for unhampered motion, activity, or thought 3. extent of… …

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  • 45 scope — a fish scope is the cathode ray tube element of a fish finder …

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  • 46 SCOPE — Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment; Specialist Certification of Obesity Professionals in Europe; Study of Cognition and Prognosis in the Elderly; Surveillance and Control of Pathogens of Epidemiologic Importance [study] * * *… …

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  • 47 scope — amblyoscope aéroscope baroscope bronchoscope caléidoscope caméscope cinémascope coloscope cystoscope diascope endoscope fibroscope gastroscope gyroscope horoscope hygroscope kaléidoscope kinescope kinétoscope laryngoscope magnétoscope microscope… …

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  • 48 scope — [16] Greek skopós meant ‘target’. As it passed via Italian scopo into English it evolved metaphorically to ‘aim kept in view, goal, purpose’ (‘the seventh Council of Carthage and the Milevitane Council, which both tend to one end and scope, that… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 49 scope — v Look at, examine, ogle. Hey, scope the hunk and his friend over there. 1980s …

    Historical dictionary of American slang

  • 50 scope — To check out. Hey, Walter, scope that chick with the Godzilla tattoo calf, thigh, and...well, the whole left side of her body …

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  • 52 scope — v. To set the scope of a product, i.e. to determine what functionality will be included. After products are scoped, they are invariably descoped as reality reasserts itself …

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  • 53 scope — indikatorius statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. annunciator; display; indicator; scope vok. Anzeigegerät, n; Anzeiger, m; Indikator, m; Sichtanzeiger, m rus. индикатор, m pranc. afficheur, m; indicateur, m ryšiai: sinonimas –… …

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  • 54 scope — galiojimo sritis statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Dokumento sritis, ribojanti aprašų, formatų, žymėjimų, nuostatų ir kitokių susitarimų galiojimą. Pavyzdžiui, programos ↑aprašų galiojimo sritis yra ↑blokas (2), puslapio numerių ↑formatų… …

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  • 55 scope — sritis statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Ribota vieta, susijusi su kieno nors galiojimu, pavyzdžiui, apibrėžčių ↑galiojimo sritis. atitikmenys: angl. scope ryšiai: dar žiūrėk – galiojimo sritis …

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  • 56 scope — [16] Greek skopós meant ‘target’. As it passed via Italian scopo into English it evolved metaphorically to ‘aim kept in view, goal, purpose’ (‘the seventh Council of Carthage and the Milevitane Council, which both tend to one end and scope, that… …

    Word origins

  • 57 -scope — noun combining form Etymology: New Latin scopium, from Greek skopion; akin to Greek skeptesthai means (as an instrument) for viewing or observing < endoscope > < spectroscope > …

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  • 58 -scope — a combining form meaning instrument for viewing, used in the formation of compound words: telescope. Cf. scopy. [ < NL scopium < Gk skopion, skopeion, equiv. to skop(eîn) to look at (akin to sképtesthai to look, view carefully; cf. SKEPTIC) + ion …

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  • 59 -scope — Denoting an instrument for viewing, but extended to include other methods of examination ( e.g., stethoscope). [G. skopeo, to view] * * * suffix denoting an instrument for observing or examining. Example: gastroscope (instrument for examining the …

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  • 60 SCOPE — Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (Academic & Science » Ocean Science) * Sarasota County Openly Plans For Excellence (Community » Law) * Supply Chain Optimization Planning And Execution (Business » General) * San Clemente Ocean… …

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