scopenoun [ U ]uk /skəʊp/ us /skoʊp/
scope noun [ U ] (RANGE)
- The campaign appears to be growing in scope and intensity.
- She complained that the plan was too limited in scope.
- The scope of those talks is still to be determined.
- Other schemes are much broader in their scope.
- The matter falls outside the scope of the present committee.
scope noun [ U ] (OPPORTUNITY)
Thesaurus: synonyms and related words
- a free ride idiom
- another/a second bite at/of the cherry idiom
- best bet idiom
- it's now or never idiom
- look in
- make hay while the sun shines idiom
- the run of sth idiom
- the world is sb's oyster idiom
- there are plenty more fish in the sea idiom
- too good to miss idiom