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Meaning of “scope” - Learner’s Dictionary

scope

noun     /skəʊp/
AMOUNT [no plural]
how much a subject or situation relates to: Do we know the full scope of the problem yet?Range and limits
OPPORTUNITY [U]
the opportunity to do something: There is plenty of scope for improvement.Opportunity Freedom to act
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