What is the difference between Scoop and Scope?




What is the difference between Scoop and Scope? :


Scoop : (verb)

(
1 ) Deep shovel-like tool used for picking up and moving grain, flour, sugar and other things

The buckets on the dredger scoop up mud from the river bottom and dump it in a barge.


(
2 ) Make a hole with, as if with, a scoop

He scooped a hole in the sand.


(
3 ) Act before a rival to get a scoop

She scooped all the national newspaper to get the story.



Scoop : (noun)

(
1 ) Deep shovel-like tool used for picking up and moving grain, flour, sugar and other things

Piece of news made public by a newspaper, radio station, etc…before its rivals

He got all the big scoops for the paper.



Scope : (noun)

(
1 ) Opportunity to do or achieve something

He secured a job with a lot of scope for prospects.

This is a house with some scope for improvement.


(
2 ) Range of matters being dealt with, studied, etc…

This subject is outside the scope of our enquiry.











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