US: /ˈskup/
UK: /skˈuːp/

English Vietnamese dictionary

scoop /sku:p/
  • danh từ
    • cái xẻng (xúc lúa, than, tiên...)
    • cái môi dài cán; môi (đầu)
    • cái gàu múc nước (đầy)
    • sự xúc, sự múc; động tác xúc, động tác múc
    • (giải phẫu) cái nạo
    • môn lãi lớn (do đầu cơ)
    • (từ lóng) tin riêng (dành cho tờ báo nào)
    • ngoại động từ
      • xúc (than...), múc (nước...)
      • thu được, vớ (món lãi lớn), hốt (của...)
      • nhặt được và đăng (một tin đặc biệt, trước các bài báo khác)

    Advanced English dictionary

    noun, verb
    + noun
    1 a tool like a large spoon with a deep bowl, used for picking up substances in powder form like flour, or for serving food like ice cream
    2 the amount picked up by a scoop: two scoops of mashed potato
    3 a piece of important or exciting news that is printed in one newspaper before other newspapers know about it
    + verb [VN]
    1 [usually +adv./prep.] ~ sth (up) to move or lift sth with a scoop or sth like a scoop: She scooped ice cream into their bowls. + He quickly scooped the money up from the desk. + First, scoop a hole in the soil. + Scoop out the melon flesh.
    2 [+adv./prep.] ~ sb/sth (up) to move or lift sb/sth with a quick continuous movement: She scooped the child up in her arms. + He quickly scooped his clothes from the chair.
    3 to publish a story before all the other newspapers, television companies, etc: The paper had inside information and scooped all its rivals.
    4 (informal) to win sth, especially a large sum of money or a prize: He scooped £10 000 on the lottery. + Last year, the programme scooped the Best Drama award.(also scoop) + adjective
    [only before noun] (of the neck of a woman's dress, etc.) cut low and round: a scooped neck / neckline

    Thesaurus dictionary

    1 ladle, dipper, bailer, spoon:
    Use the scoop to skim the fat off the soup.
    2 exclusive:
    Fergus's story on the minister's illegal business dealings was a real scoop for the paper
    3 (latest) news, (inside) story, revelation, truth, Colloq latest, low-down, info, dope, Brit gen, US poop:
    What's the scoop on that man seen coming out of her bedroom?
    4 Often, scoop up. bail, dip, ladle, spoon:
    They scooped up some sand and spread it on the ice for traction.
    5 scoop out. gouge out, excavate, spoon out, hollow out, dig, cut:
    Scoop out some melon balls for the fruit salad.
    6 scoop up. pick up, gather (up), sweep up or together, take up or in:
    He scooped up the money and ran out of the bank.

    Concise English dictionary

    +the quantity a scoop will hold
    +a hollow concave shape made by removing something
    +a news report that is reported first by one news organization
    +street names for gamma hydroxybutyrate
    +the shovel or bucket of dredge or backhoe
    +a large ladle
    +take out or up with or as if with a scoop
    +get the better of