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  1. scoop

    • IPA[sko͞op]

    美式

    • n.
      a utensil resembling a spoon, with a long handle and a deep bowl, used for removing powdered, granulated, or semisolid substances (such as ice cream) from a container;a short-handled deep shovel used for moving grain, coal, etc.
    • v.
      pick up and move (something) with a scoop;create (a hollow or hole) with or as if with a scoop
    • verb: scoop, 3rd person present: scoops, gerund or present participle: scooping, past tense: scooped, past participle: scooped

    • noun: scoop, plural noun: scoops

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. a utensil resembling a spoon, with a long handle and a deep bowl, used for removing powdered, granulated, or semisolid substances (such as ice cream) from a container the powder is packed in tubs in which a measuring scoop is provided 同義詞 spoon, ladle, dipper, bailer
    • a short-handled deep shovel used for moving grain, coal, etc.
    • a moving bowl-shaped part of a digging machine, dredger, or other mechanism into which material is gathered.
    • a long-handled surgical instrument that resembles a spoon.
    • a quantity taken up by a scoop an apple pie with scoops of ice cream on top 同義詞 spoonful, ladleful, portion, lump, ball, ... 更多
    • 2. informal a piece of news published by a newspaper or broadcast by a television or radio station in advance of its rivals reporters at the city's three tabloid papers usually compete for scoops 同義詞 exclusive (story), inside story, exposé, revelation, coup, ... 更多
    • North American the latest information about something “What's the scoop, old-timer?”

    動詞