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scope 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/skōp/,
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scopes, plural;
  1. Look at carefully; scan
    • - they watched him scoping the room, looking for Michael
  2. Assess; weigh up
    • - they'd scoped out their market
Noun
  1. A telescope, microscope, or other device having a name ending in -scope


  1. an area in which something acts or operates or has power or control: "the range of a supersonic jet"; "a piano has a greater range than the human voice"; "the ambit of municipal legislation"; "within the compass of this article"; "within the scope of an investigation"; "outside the reach of the ...
  2. setting: the state of the environment in which a situation exists; "you can't do that in a university setting"
  3. telescope: a magnifier of images of distant objects
  4. oscilloscope: electronic equipment that provides visual images of varying electrical quantities
  5. (scopes) Tennessee highschool teacher who violated a state law by teaching evolution; in a highly publicized trial in 1925 he was prosecuted by William Jennings Bryan and defended by Clarence Darrow (1900-1970)
  6. *Viewing instrument
  7. Scope is a London-based charity, which operates in England and Wales, focusing on people with cerebral palsy particularly, and disabled people in general. Its aim is that disabled people achieve equality.
  8. Scope is a brand of mouthwash made by Procter & Gamble. It was introduced in 1966. Originally available only in mint flavor, Scope is still currently available in original mint (green), but also in a peppermint (blue) & new Scope White. ...
  9. In computer programming, scope is an enclosing context where values and expressions are associated. Various programming languages have various types of scopes. The type of scope determines what kind of entities it can contain and how it affects them—or semantics. ...
  10. In project management, the term scope has two distinct uses: Project Scope and Product Scope.
  11. Structure-Based Combinatorial Protein Engineering (SCOPE) is a synthetic biology technique for creating gene libraries (lineages) of defined composition designed from structural and probabilistic constraints of the encoded proteins. ...
  12. A short version of periscope, or telescope or oscilloscope; The breadth, depth or reach of a subject; a domain; a device used in aiming a projectile, through which the person aiming looks at the intended target; The region of program source in which an identifier is meaningful; To perform a ...
  13. (Scoping) A process under the State Quality Environmental Review Act by which the lead agency identifies the potentially significant adverse impacts related to the proposed use and how they are to be addressed in an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). ...
  14. (SCOPING) Pre-investigation of the key issues, environmental elements, habitats, stakeholders and boundaries of concern, and the relevance or irrelevance of different factors to the decision-making process involved. ...
  15. (SCOPING) The process of editing the first, rough translation of the court reporter's notes into final form. A court reporter may do this step herself or may hire a scopist. The scoped transcript is then proofread by the reporter.
  16. (Scoping) Analyzing alternative ways for conducting an evaluation. It is clarifying the validity of issues, the complexity of the assignment, the users of final reports, and the selection of team members to meet the needs of an evaluation. ...
  17. (Scoping) Preliminary exploration of a subject or project.
  18. (Scoping) Public and agencies participate in an early and open process that will determine the issues and alternatives addressed in the EIS.
  19. (Scoping) The first meetings are held to discuss existing laws, the available information, and the research needed. The tasks are divided up and a lead group is selected. Decision makers and all those involved with the project can attend the meetings. ^[3]
  20. (Scoping) The process of determining the type and size of a proposed project.
  21. (Scoping) The properties, pathes and references that are passed from an Executor to your build file are automatically scoped, that is they are only valid while the Executor resp. one of its call back targets is executed. Ant4eclipse makes sure that you always see what's relevant for your target. ...
  22. (Scoping) The second stage of an Environmental Impact Assessment which decides the key issues for review within the EIA.
  23. (Scoping) To review records that might fill a request and remove those portions that do not pertain to the request
  24. (Scoping) When a project is first proposed, the agency announces it with a notice in the Federal Register, notices in local media, and letters to citizens and groups that it knows are likely to be interested. ...
  25. (Scoping) look at carefully, scan; assess; weigh up [scoping out] (page 183)