Scoping

Scoping,

Definition of Scoping:

  1. Ongoing assessment of a situation, usually through monitoring, consultations, and discussions.

  2. Assess or investigate something.

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

  4. The number of terms or arguments affected by an operator such as a quantifier or conjunction.

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

  6. Look at carefully; scan.

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

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

Synonyms of Scoping

Opportunity, Freedom, Latitude, Leeway, Capacity, Liberty, Room, Room to manoeuvre, Elbow room, Play, Extent, Range, Breadth, Width, Reach, Sweep, Purview, Span, Stretch, Spread, Horizon

How to use Scoping in a sentence?

  1. We widened the scope of our investigation.
  2. The scope for major change is always limited by political realities.
  3. An operator (like always) within a relative clause does not like to take wider scope than operators outside the relative.

Meaning of Scoping & Scoping Definition