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-scope US English

Denoting an instrument for observing, viewing, or examining

scope US English

The extent of the area or subject matter that something deals with or to which it is relevant

economy of scope in economy US English

A proportionate saving gained by producing two or more distinct goods, when the cost of doing so is less than that of producing each separately

economy of scope US English

A proportionate saving gained by producing two or more distinct goods, when the cost of doing so is less than that of producing each separately

finder-scope in finder US English

A small telescope attached to a large one to locate an object for observation

riflescope US English

A telescopic sight on a rifle

stereoscope US English

A device by which two photographs of the same object taken at slightly different angles are viewed together, creating an impression of depth and solidity

scope US Thesaurus

the scope of the investigation

scope English-Spanish

alcance m

scope out English-Spanish

mirar, relojear

there is still scope for improvement in scope English-Spanish

aún se pueden mejorar las cosas

few can rival him in the scope of his learning in scope English-Spanish

pocas personas pueden competir con él en la amplitud de sus conocimientos

those concepts are beyond the scope of a child's mind in scope English-Spanish

esos conceptos no están al alcance de la inteligencia de un niño

students must have scope to develop their own ideas in scope English-Spanish

los alumnos deben tener libertad de acción para desarrollar sus propias ideas

the job offers tremendous scope for a person with initiative in scope English-Spanish

el puesto ofrece enormes posibilidades a una persona con iniciativa


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