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Noun
A utensil resembling a spoon, with a short handle and a deep bowl, used for removing dry or semi-solid substances from a container
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A piece of news published by a newspaper or broadcast by a television or radio station in advance of its rivals
“The station's recent news scoop on the controversy meant that it had the only television interview with the judge.”
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A quantity taken up by a scoop
“Top with a scoop of blackberry tea sorbet and butternut squash drips.”
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Information that is available only to a select few
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Scoopful
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A tool resembling a spade with a broad blade and typically upturned sides, used for moving coal, earth, snow, or other material
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Part of a piece of machinery that resembles a bucket
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A report or announcement (of news)
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A person's intellectual understanding of a particular subject
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A hole formed in soluble rock by the action of water, serving to conduct surface water to an underground passage
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A flat scoop with a short handle, into which dust, dirt and other material is conveyed with a brush or broom
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(chemistry) Any salt or ester of gamma-hydroxybutyric acid, especially the sodium or potassium salts
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A mark or groove made by gouging
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Confidential information
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An instance of successfully achieving something difficult
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An aperture passing through something
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The situation or state of affairs
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To lift out (liquid) with a utensil
“Then, finally, the officers scoop up all the valuables and leave.”
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To create (a hollow or hole) with or as if with a scoop
“Later geologists described the lakes as basins scooped out by glaciers.”
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To create (a hollow or hole) with or as if with a scoop
“Halve the potatoes, scoop out the flesh and mash it with the yogurt mixture.”
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To earn through work or effort
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“Films which scooped awards around the world.”
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To make (a groove, hole, or indentation) with or as if with a gouge
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Make a space; push in slightly
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To report on something, especially something worthy of a news article, before (someone else)
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To put (food) on to a dish ready for eating
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To touch, nudge or scrape lightly in passing
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To surpass in skill or achievement
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