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scope

US [skoʊp]
UK [skəʊp]
  • n.能力;(题目、组织、活动等的)范围;…镜(观察仪器)
  • v.仔细看;彻底检查;查清
  • Web作用域;适用范围;范畴
Simple Present:scopes  Present Participle:scoping  Past Tense:scoped  
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n.
1.
(做或实现某事的)机会,能力the opportunity or ability to do or achieve sth
There's still plenty of scope for improvement.
还有很大的改进余地。
Her job offers very little scope for promotion.
干着那样的工作,她几乎没有机会得到提拔。
The extra money will give us the scope to improve our facilities.
有了这笔额外资金,我们就能把设备加以改进了。
First try to do something that is within your scope .
你先试着做一件自己力所能及的事。
2.
(题目、组织、活动等的)范围the range of things that a subject, an organization, an activity, etc. deals with
Our powers are limited in scope .
我们的权限不大。
This subject lies beyond the scope of our investigation.
这一问题超出了我们的调查范围。
These issues were outside the scope of the article.
这些问题不属本文论述范围。
3.
…镜(观察仪器)an instrument for looking through or watching sth with
microscope
显微镜
telescope
望远镜
v.
1.
(informal)
~ sth
仔细看;彻底检查to look at or examine sth thoroughly
His eyes scoped the room, trying to spot her in the crowd.
他环顾房间四周,想在人群中找到她。
2.
~ sth (out)
(开始某项工作前)了解,查清,探明to examine sth carefully before you start work on it so that you know the size of the task
The information helped us scope the project.
这些信息帮助我们在开展工作前了解该项目的情况。

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