scóp

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Borrowing from English scope, from Latin scopus ‎(target), from Ancient Greek σκοπός ‎(skopós).

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scóp m ‎(genitive singular scóip, nominative plural scóip)

  1. scope (breadth, depth or reach of a subject)

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