Synonym: degree, extent, measure, range, reach, space, sphere. Similar words: telescope, cope, cope with, cop, scorn, score, helicopter, discourse. Meaning: [skəʊp] n. 1. an area in which something acts or operates or has power or control: "the range of a supersonic jet" 2. the state of the environment in which a situation exists 3. a magnifier of images of distant objects 4. electronic equipment that provides visual images of varying electrical quantities.
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1) The land was flat, giving no scope for defence.
2) There's not much scope for imagination in this job.
3) Her job offers very little scope for promotion.
4) He believed in giving his staff scope for initiative.
5) There is little scope for initiative in this job.
6) There's still plenty of scope for improvement.
7) I should scope out his real goal before I give him a definite reply.
8) The extra money will give us the scope to improve our facilities.
9) Does feminist writing come within the scope of your book?
10) In her new house she had full scope for her passion for gardening.
11) I'm afraid that problem is beyond/outside the scope of my lecture.
12) Leave no scope for misunderstandings of any type.
13) They will also scope out another new field.
14) The survey is too limited in scope.
15) Our powers are limited in scope.
16) Let's go inside and scope out the menu.
17) The scope of the exhibition is disappointingly narrow.
18) This subject is outside the scope of our inquiry.
19) There is limited scope for creativity in my job.
20) The subject lies outside the scope of this book.
21) That topic falls outside the scope of this thesis.
22) These issues were outside the scope of the article.
23) This subject lies beyond the scope of our investigation.
24) Banks had increased scope to develop new financial products.
25) There is still scope for efficiency gains .
26) The police are broadening the scope of their investigation.
27) The scope for successful gardening increases dramatically with a greenhouse.
28) He questioned whether the school curriculum was broad enough in scope.
29) A full discussion of that issue is beyond the scope of this book.
30) First try to do something that is within your scope.
More similar words: telescope, cope, cope with, cop, scorn, score, helicopter, discourse, discount, discourage, discouraged, opera, hope, open, slope, openly, operate, property, operator, opening, properly, European, cooperate, envelope, in the open, developer, operation, operating, hopefully, cooperative.