Scope synonyms

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The reason for which something is done, or the reason it is done in a particular way.
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All the colours available to a device such as a monitor or printer.
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Selection, array.
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The definition of an expanse is the distance to which something can grow or expand, or a vast open surface.
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With a wide view
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A measure, quantity, or degree of difference:
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(Mythology) An area of activity for a planet; or by extension, an area of influence for a god, hero etc. [from 14th c.]
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The scene or an area of military operations or maneuvers:
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(Computing) A contiguous area of storage in a file system.
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The definition of comprehensive is covered widely or understood fully.
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Of or pertaining to jurisdiction
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Relating to latitude.
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Having latitude, or wide extent.
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Sphere or scope, as of influence.
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A division of experience, activity, or knowledge; a field:
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The office or district of a bailiff.
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A legal qualification, such as age, that determines one’s ability to do something that has legal consequences (such as making a contract or getting married). Also called legal capacity.
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The definition of cognizance means the range of what one can observe and understand, or the right to deal with a legal case in the court system.
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An enclosed area
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The state of being comprehensive.
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Purpose; intention; aim
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A standard indication of pitch.
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(Mathematics) The least number of independent coordinates required to specify uniquely the points in a space.
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(Painting) The depicting of distance, as in a landscape
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The definition of a domain is a group of workgroups within the same company or organization that governs the ability of all the computers to communicate with other groups of computers both within and outside of the organization.
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(Semantics) Capacity of a concept or general term to include a greater or smaller number of objects; — correlative of intension.
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A noun or noun phrase that receives the action of a verb. The subject of a passive verb or the direct object of an active verb. Also called a patient, target, or undergoer.
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An action exerted by a person or thing with such power on another to cause change.
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Intent is defined as something you plan or mean to do.
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Jurisdiction is defined as the power or authority to decide legal cases.
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A region of the earth considered in relation to its distance from the equator:
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The leeward drift of a ship or aircraft from the course being steered
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The definition of length is how long something is, or the amount of vertical space or time it takes up.
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A stock of terms used in a particular profession, subject, or style; a vocabulary:
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The condition of being free from oppressive restriction or control by a government or other power.
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A chance for progress or advancement, as in a career.
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The definition of an orbit is a circular shape, the rotation of one full circle or a range of experience.
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An attitude or point of view.
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A picture unrolled before the spectator in such a way as to give the impression of a continuous view
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An area maintained for the protection of wildlife or natural resources.
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An area of knowledge, activity, or interest:
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(Law) The body or main part of a statute, as distinguished from its preamble.
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Radius is a line from the center to the outside of a circle or sphere.
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An area separated by walls or partitions from other similar parts of the structure or building in which it is located:
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Area or room sufficient for or allotted to something
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A unit of linear measure equal to nine inches: originally based on the distance between the tips of a man's extended thumb and little finger
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A continuous range or the entire extent
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A search for and removal of electronic eavesdropping devices, as in a room.
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(Dialect) The cardinal number three in an old counting system used in Teesdale and Swaledale. (Variant of tethera)
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The mystical experience of seeing something that is not in fact present to the eye or is supernatural.
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The limit or extent of one's outlook, experience, interest, knowledge, etc.
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Perception; understanding:
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The extent or distance something can reach:
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Sufficient space to have freedom of movement
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(Uncountable) The extent to which a part of a mechanism can move freely.
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A community or territory over which a sovereign rules; a kingdom.
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(Informal, Business) Regular upward and downward change in the price of stocks or in some other business activity
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Skill, expertness, or talent
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Knowledge is defined as what is learned, understood or aware of.
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The official seat, center of authority, jurisdiction, or office of a bishop.
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A role or purpose; a station.
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The definition of a restraint is something that restricts freedom or prevents someone from doing something.
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An assigned area, as of a traveling salesman or franchised dealer
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A type of oscillograph that visually displays an electrical wave on a fluorescent screen, as of a cathode-ray tube
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electronic equipment that provides visual images of varying electrical quantities
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electronic equipment that provides visual images of varying electrical quantities
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A monocular optical instrument possessing magnification for observing distant objects, especially in astronomy.
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The act of setting.
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Information relevant to the current situation about past events; history.
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