Scope

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Definition of Scope:

  1. Scope refers to the combined objectives and requirements needed to complete a project. The term is often used in project management. Properly defining the scope of a project allows managers to estimate costs and the time required to finish the project. That's what makes scope management such an important part of business—it saves both time and money. There are generally two different types of scope in project management. These are project and product scope.

  2. The extent of the area or subject matter that something deals with or to which it is relevant.

  3. The length of cable extended when a ship rides at anchor.

  4. The opportunity or possibility to do or deal with something.

  5. Scope is a term used in project management. Project management involves the planning and organization of a company's resources to complete a specific task, event, or action and is usually a one-time event. Scope describes the required processes and resources to complete a project or produce a product. By identifying and recognizing different variables of a project through scope management, companies are able to save money.

  6. A telescope, microscope, or other device having a name ending in -scope.

  7. Assess or investigate (something).

  8. Sum of all individual jobs comprising a contract, employment, program, or project. See also scope of work.

  9. Look at carefully; scan.

  10. The range of the effect of an operator such as a quantifier or conjunction.

Synonyms of Scope

Extent, Range, Breadth, Width, Reach, Sweep, Purview, Span, Stretch, Spread, Horizon, Opportunity, Freedom, Latitude, Leeway, Capacity, Liberty, Room, Room to manoeuvre, Elbow room, Play, A leg up, Actionability, Affective meaning, Ambit, Amount, Ample scope, Amplitude, Applicability, Area, Bearing, Bigness, Binoculars, Blank check, Body, Breadth, Bulk, Caliber, Capacity, Carry, Carte blanche, Chance, Chromatoscope, Clear sight, Clear stage, Clearance, Color vision, Coloring, Command, Compass, Comprehensiveness, Cone vision, Connotation, Consequence, Constitutional validity, Constitutionalism, Constitutionality, Coverage, Cut, Day vision, Daylight vision, Degree, Denotation, Depth, Diameter, Diapason, Dimension, Dimensions, Discernment, Domination, Drift, Due process, Effect, Elbowroom, Essence, Expanse, Expansion, Extension, Extent, Eye, Eye-mindedness, Eyereach, Eyeshot, Eyesight, Fair field, Fair game, Farsight, Farsightedness, Field, Field glass, Field of view, Field of vision, Force, Free course, Free hand, Free play, Free scope, Freedom, Full scope, Full swing, Fullness, Gamut, Gauge, Girth, Gist, Glass, Grade, Grammatical meaning, Greatness, Height, Horizon, Idea, Impact, Implication, Import, Intension, Interval, Jurisdiction, Justice, Justiciability, Kaleidoscope, Keen sight, Ken, Largeness, Latitude, Lawfulness, Leap, Leeway, Legal form, Legal process, Legalism, Legality, Legitimacy, Legitimateness, Length, Level, Lexical meaning, Liberty, Licitness, Limit of vision, Line of sight, Literal meaning, Long rope, Magnitude, Maneuvering space, Margin, Mark, Mass, Meaning, Measure, Measurement, Naked eye, Night vision, No holds barred, Notch, Nuance, Occasion, Open space, Opening, Opera glasses, Opportunism, Opportunity, Orbit, Oscilloscope, Outlook, Outlook over, Overtone, Pas, Peg, Perception, Period, Peripheral field, Peripheral vision, Periscope, Perspective, Perspicacity, Perspicuity, Pertinence, Photopia, Pitch, Pith, Place, Plane, Plateau, Play, Point, Power of sight, Practical consequence, Proportion, Proportions, Prospect, Purport, Purview, Quick sight, Radius, Range, Range of meaning, Ratio, Reach, Real meaning, Reference, Referent, Register, Relation, Relevance, Remove, Rightfulness, Rod vision, Room, Rope, Round, Rung, Scale, Scan, Scope of vision, Scotopia, Sea room, Seeing, Semantic cluster, Semantic field, Sense, Sense of sight, Shade, Shadow, Sight, Sightedness, Sightliness, Significance, Signification, Significatum, Signifie, Size, Space, Span, Span of meaning, Spectroscope, Spectrum, Sphere, Spirit, Spread, Spy glass, Stair, Standard, Step, Stepping-stone, Stereoscope, Stint, Stretch, Structural meaning, Substance, Sum, Sum and substance, Survey, Sweep, Swing, Symbolic meaning, Telescope, Tenor, Terrestrial telescope, Time, Tolerance, Totality of associations, Transferred meaning, Tread, Twilight vision, Unadorned meaning, Undertone, Unobstructed vision, Validity, Value, View, Vision, Vista, Visual acuity, Visual field, Visual sense, Volume, Way, Wide berth, Wideness, Width, Zoom binoculars

How to use Scope in a sentence?

  1. When you are writing a program, it is very important to keep track of variables in their appointed scope s to avoid headaches.
  2. Project scope encompasses all the work needed for the project, while product scope only focuses on the end result.
  3. The scope for major change is always limited by political realities.
  4. An operator (like always) within a relative clause does not like to take wider scope than operators outside the relative.
  5. Scope creep is when uncontrollable changes extend the project deadlines and require effective project management.
  6. The scope of the current job market is improving with the increased attention by employers to hire individuals who are open to being trained.
  7. In the meeting we discussed the scope of our interaction with company b, and decided that it would be beneficial to continue working with them.
  8. Scope outlines the time and cost of a business project.
  9. We widened the scope of our investigation.
  10. The term is generally used in project management.

Meaning of Scope & Scope Definition