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Translation of "scoop" - English-Spanish dictionary

scoop

verb   /skuːp/
to remove something from a container using a spoon, your curved hands, etc. sacar, servir con cuchara She scooped the ice cream into the dishes.
(Definition of scoop from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

scoop

noun /skuːp/
any of several types of spoon-like tool, used for lifting, serving etc pala, cucharón a grain scoop an ice-cream scoop.
(also scoopful) the amount held in a scoop palada, cucharada a scoop of ice-cream a scoopful of grain.
a piece of news etc that one newspaper gets and prints before the others primicia The reporter was sure that he had a scoop for his paper.
(Definition of scoop from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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