scoop

  1. a hollow concave shape made by removing something
  2. a news report that is reported first by one news organization
  3. the shovel or bucket of dredge or backhoe
  4. a large ladle

scoop

[n] - a hollow concave shape made by removing something 2. [n] - the quantity a scoop will hold 3. [n] - the shovel or bucket of dredge or backhoe 4. [n] - a large ladle 5. [v] - profit suddenly 6. [v] - take out or up with or as if with a scoop
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Scoop

• (v. t.) To get a scoop, or a beat, on (a rival). • (n.) A beat. • (n.) A deep shovel, or any similar implement for digging out and dipping or shoveling up anything; as, a flour scoop; the scoop of a dredging machine. • (n.) A sweep; a stroke; a swoop. • (n.) A place hollowed out; a basinlike cavity; a hollow. • (n.) ...
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scoop

noun the shovel or bucket of dredge or backhoe
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scoop

noun a large ladle; `he used a scoop to serve the ice cream`
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Scoop

[dance project] Scoop was a Belgian dance group. Originally it was a solo project by producer Daniel Maze. After the first release `Wings Of Love” in 1998 Fiocco producer Jan Vervloet joined Scoop. The production was signed in Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, UK, Norway, Finland and Spain. `Wings Of Love” contains a sample of John Fox...
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Scoop

[journalism magazine] Scoop is a quarterly magazine published in Perth, Western Australia for current members of the Australian Journalists Association. It is the most recent journal/annual that the long lasting branch of the Western Australian District or Branch has produced. It is currently published by the Australian Journalists Associat...
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Scoop

[journalism] Gleaning potatoes ...
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SCOOP

[software] SCOOP (Simple Concurrent Object Oriented Programming) is a concurrency model designed for the Eiffel programming language, conceived by Eiffel`s creator and designer, Bertrand Meyer. SCOOP defines a way for an object oriented program to be written without the concept of threads, locks, or other typical multiprogramming methods. T...
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Scoop

[term] Scoop is an informal term used in journalism. The word connotes originality, importance, surprise or excitement, secrecy, and exclusivity. Stories likely considered to be scoops are important news, likely to interest or concern many people. A scoop is typically a new story, or a new aspect to an existing or breaking news story. Gener...
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Scoop

[theater] In stage lighting, an ellipsoidal reflector floodlight (sometimes known by the acronym ERF which is often pronounced `erf`), better known as a scoop, is a large, simple lighting fixture with a dome-like reflector, large high-wattage lamp and no lens. It consists almost entirely of a lamp in the center of a big curved metal (or pla...
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Scoop

[tool] This category is for all devices both electronic / non electronic used by DJs to perform. ...
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Scoop

[Transformers] Scoop is the name of several fictional characters from the various Transformers universes. ==Transformers: Generation 1== A gung-ho fighter who never gives up. Considered the best in the field. Uses cool headed logic and hardened battle tactics to outwit his enemies. Always ready to lend a helping shovel to his fellow Autobot...
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scoop

[Verb] To gather up, collect.
Example: The teacher scooped up the students’ files and put them away.
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Scoop

Scoop noun [ Middle English scope , of Scand. origin; confer Swedish skopa , akin to Dutch schop a shovel, German schüppe , and also to English shove . See Shovel .] 1. A large ladle; a vessel with a long handle, used for dipping liquids; a utensil f...
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Scoop

Scoop transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Scooped ; present participle & verbal noun Scooping .] [ Middle English scopen . See Scoop , noun ] 1. To take out or up with, a scoop; to...
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scoop

1. A large ladle; a vessel with a long handle, used for dipping liquids; a utensil for bailing boats. ... 2. A deep shovel, or any similar implement for digging out and dipping or shoveling up anything; as, a flour scoop; the scoop of a dredging machine. ... 3. <surgery> A spoon-shaped instrument, used in extracting certain substances or fore...
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Scoop

A method of picking up the ball by accelerating the head of the stick under the ball.
Found on http://www.lacrosse2.com/glossary.shtml

Scoop

A rubber tired-, battery- or diesel-powered piece of equipment designed for cleaning runways and hauling supplies.
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Scoop

A rubber tired-, battery- or diesel-powered piece of equipment designed for cleaning runways and hauling supplies.
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Scoop

An exclusive or first-published story.
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Scoop

An exclusive story that no-one else has reported.
Found on http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/school_report/4791411.stm

scoop

An important or significant news published or broadcast before other competing media know of it.
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scoop

An improper swing in which the club has a digging or scooping action
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Scoop

Erroneously attempting to get the blade of the club under the ball so as to lift up on it, usually b
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