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scoop

US [skup]
UK [skuːp]
  • n.勺;独家新闻;铲子;一勺(的量)
  • v.用勺儿舀;用铲儿铲;拿起;抢先报道
  • Web勺子;特讯;戽斗
Plural Form:scoops  Present Participle:scooping  Past Tense:scooped  
Scoop
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n.
1.
[c]
勺;铲子a tool like a large spoon with a deep bowl, used for picking up substances in powder form like flour, or for serving food like ice cream
Use an ice-cream scoop.
用冰淇淋勺。
2.
[c]
一勺(的量)the amount picked up by a scoop
two scoops of mashed potato
两勺土豆泥
3.
[c]
抢先报道的新闻;独家新闻a piece of important or exciting news that is printed in one newspaper before other newspapers know about it
4.
[u]
(informal)
(尤指详情鲜为人知的)最新消息the latest information about sb/sth, especially details that are not generally known
I got the inside scoop on his new girlfriend.
我得知有关他新女友的最新内幕消息。
v.
1.
用勺儿舀;用铲儿铲to move or lift sth with a scoop or sth like a scoop
She scooped ice cream into their bowls.
她用勺把冰淇淋舀到他们的碗里。
First, scoop a hole in the soil.
首先,在土里挖一个坑。
Scoop out the melon flesh.
用勺把瓜瓤挖出来。
He quickly scooped the money up from the desk.
他把桌上的钱一把抓起来。
2.
~ sb/sth (up) (+ adv./prep.)
(敏捷地)抱起,拿起,捡起to move or lift sb/sth with a quick continuous movement
She scooped the child up in her arms.
她一把抱起孩子。
3.
~ sb/sth
抢先报道to publish a story before all the other newspapers, television companies, etc.
The paper had inside information and scooped all its rivals.
这家报纸获得内部消息,抢在所有竞争对手之前发表了。
4.
(informal)
~ sth
获取,赢得(一大笔钱或丰厚的奖品)to win sth, especially a large sum of money or a prize
He scooped £10 000 on the lottery.
他中彩得了 1 万英镑。

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