skopo

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English scope, Italian scopo, ultimately from Latin scopus, from Ancient Greek σκοπός (skopós).

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Noun[edit]

skopo (plural skopi)

  1. that at which one aims; aim, scope, objective, intent, intention, purpose, view, goal, butt, object to attack
    Vizar skopo per flecho.
    To aim towards a target with an arrow.
    Frapar la skopo per kuglo.
    To hit the target with a bullet.
    Atingar sua skopo di vivo.
    To reach one's life goal.
    Mariajar su esis la skopo di elua esforci.
    To marry herself was the intent of her effort.

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