scoop

scoop
I [skuːp]
nome
1) (implement) (for shovelling) mestolo m., paletta f.; (for measuring) misurino m., dosatore m.; (for ice cream) porzionatore m. (per gelato)
2) (of coffee, flour) cucchiaiata f.; (of earth) palettata f.; (of ice cream) palla f., pallina f.
3) giorn. scoop m., esclusiva f.

to get a scoop — avere un'esclusiva

II [skuːp]
verbo transitivo colloq. (win, obtain) ottenere, assicurarsi [prize, sum]; giorn. colloq. avere l'esclusiva di [story]
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[sku:p] 1. noun
1) (any of several types of spoon-like tool, used for lifting, serving etc: a grain scoop; an ice-cream scoop.) cucchiaio; paletta; mestolo
2) ((also scoopful) the amount held in a scoop: a scoop of ice-cream; a scoopful of grain.) cucchiaiata
3) (a piece of news etc that one newspaper gets and prints before the others: The reporter was sure that he had a scoop for his paper.) scoop
2. verb
(to move with, or as if with, a scoop: He scooped the crumbs together with his fingers.) tirare su
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[skuːp]
1. n
1) (for flour etc) paletta, (for ice cream) cucchiaio dosatore, (for water) mestolo, ramaiolo
2) (also: scoopful) palettata; cucchiaiata; mestolata

three scoops of ice-cream — tre palline di gelato

3) Press scoop m inv, colpo giornalistico, Comm affarone m

a wonderful scoop — un ottimo scoop

2. vt
(Comm: market) accaparrarsi, (profit) intascare, (Comm, Press: competitors) battere sul tempo, Press

to scoop an exclusive (about) — accaparrarsi l'esclusiva (su)

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scoop /sku:p/
n.
1 cucchiaione; ramaiolo; mestolo
2 paletta (per zucchero, farina, ecc.)
3 (mecc.) cucchiaia; secchia; tazza
4 cucchiaiata; ramaiolata; palettata: three scoops of ice cream, tre cucchiaiate di gelato
5 (fam.) scoop; scoperta (di un campione sportivo, ecc.); colpo giornalistico; notizia (in) esclusiva
6 (fam.: spec. in affari) colpo di fortuna; buon colpo; speculazione vantaggiosa; grosso affare: to make a scoop, fare un buon colpo (o un grosso affare); He earned ten thousand dollars at one scoop, ha guadagnato diecimila dollari in un sol colpo
7 (autom., aeron.) presa (d'aria, ecc.) a imbuto
8 (naut.) gottazza
9 (pallavolo) alzata (della palla) a mani aperte (con le palme rivolte in su)
● (slang USA) scoop and run, ferito grave (in un incidente); caso da ricovero □ scoop dredger, draga a secchie (o a tazze) □ (moda) scoop neck, ampia scollatura; scollatura rotonda e profonda □ scoop-net, rete da pesca a sacco; giacchio □ to make a scoop with one's hand and pick up st., raccogliere qc. usando la mano a mo' di mestolo □ measuring scoop, cucchiaio dosatore.
(to) scoop /sku:p/
v. t.
1 (di solito to scoop up) cavare (col ramaiolo, ecc.); tirare su; raccogliere: He scooped up three balls of ice cream, ha tirato su tre palline di gelato; to scoop up the water with a bucket, tirare su l'acqua con un secchio
2 (di solito to scoop out) scavare (con una paletta, ecc.): The ostrich has scooped out a hole in the earth, lo struzzo si è scavato un buco nella terra
3 scoprire (un cantante nuovo, ecc.); (giorn.) procurarsi (una notizia) prima degli altri (e pubblicarla)
4 battere (un altro giornale); farla in barba a (un giornalista rivale)
5 (fam., spesso to scoop in) fare (un grosso affare); assicurarsi (un forte guadagno)
6 (comm., fam.) battere sul tempo (la concorrenza, ecc.)
7 (calcio) alzare da terra, come con un cucchiaio: to scoop the ball, fare il ‘cucchiaio’
8 (hockey) lanciare (la palla) in alto
to scoop out the soup, scodellare la zuppa □ to scoop up a child in one's arms, prendere in braccio un bambino.
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I [skuːp]
nome
1) (implement) (for shovelling) mestolo m., paletta f.; (for measuring) misurino m., dosatore m.; (for ice cream) porzionatore m. (per gelato)
2) (of coffee, flour) cucchiaiata f.; (of earth) palettata f.; (of ice cream) palla f., pallina f.
3) giorn. scoop m., esclusiva f.

to get a scoop — avere un'esclusiva

II [skuːp]
verbo transitivo colloq. (win, obtain) ottenere, assicurarsi [prize, sum]; giorn. colloq. avere l'esclusiva di [story]

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