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scoop (something) out of (something else)

To remove something out of something else using a scoop or scooping motion. A noun or pronoun can be used between "scoop" and "out." I scooped the ice cream out of the tub and served it in a cone. The pathologist scooped the organs out of the victim's body to try to determine a cause of death.
See also: of, out, scoop

scoop out

To remove something (out of something else) using a scoop or scooping motion. A noun or pronoun can be used between "scoop" and "out." I scooped the ice cream out of the tub and served it in a cone. The pathologist scooped out the victim's organs to try to determine a cause of death.
See also: out, scoop

scoop the kitty

To win all, most, or the most coveted of the available awards or rewards in some competition. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. The film scooped the kitty at the awards ceremony last night, winning the three top prizes for Best Picture, Best Actor, and Best Actress. Among online retailers, the new company clearly scooped the kitty this year, capturing an incredible 70% of the market.
See also: kitty, scoop

scoop the pool

To win all, most, or the most coveted of the available awards or rewards in some competition. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. The film scooped the pool at the awards ceremony last night, winning the three top prizes for Best Picture, Best Actor, and Best Actress. Among online retailers, the new company clearly scooped the pool this year, capturing an incredible 70% of the market.
See also: pool, scoop

scoop up

1. Literally, to gather or collect something with scooping motion or by using a cup-like utensil. A noun or pronoun can be used between "scoop" and "up." Scoop the muck up and throw it into the barrel over there. He scooped up the tadpole in his hands and brought it over for us to see.
2. To earn, achieve, or win something handily or easily. A noun or pronoun can be used between "scoop" and "up." The writer managed to scoop up seven awards last night. It's looking more and more likely that the team will scoop the championship up again this year.
See also: scoop, up

What's the scoop?

What is the newest information (on something)? Hey, what's the scoop? Have you been making good headway on the project? What's the scoop on the new acquisition? I'd like everything to be finalized before the end of this quarter.

scoop something out of something

 and scoop something Out
to remove something from something by dipping or scooping. She scooped the water out of the bottom of the rowboat. Karen scooped out the water.
See also: of, out, scoop

scoop something up

to gather and remove something by scooping, dipping, or bailing. Karen scooped the nuts up and put them in a bag. Jill scooped up all the money she had won and left the poker table.
See also: scoop, up

What's the scoop?

Inf. What is the news?; What's new with you? Bob: Did you hear about Tom? Mary: No, what's the scoop? "Hi, you guys!" beamed John's little brother. "What's the scoop?"

scoop the pool (or the kitty)

be completely successful; gain everything.
In gambling games, the pool or kitty is the total amount of money that is staked.
See also: pool, scoop

scoop up

v.
1. To lift or collect something with a scoop or scooping motion: I scooped up a handful of jelly beans. The tractor scooped the dirt up and poured it in the hole.
2. To win or achieve something, especially a prize, easily: The movie scooped up numerous awards. We scooped another win up on Saturday.
See also: scoop, up

scoop

1. n. a news story gathered by a reporter before any other reporter hears of it. I got a great scoop! I was right there when it happened.
2. tv. to beat someone—such as another reporter—in the race to get a news story first. They scooped the other paper on both stories.
3. n. a general roundup and arrest of criminals; a bust. (Underworld.) Bart got picked up in that big drug scoop last month.
4. n. liquor; a glass of beer. A little scoop helps pass the time when you’re waiting.
5. n. a folded matchbook cover used to snort cocaine or heroin. I need a scoop. It’s no good without one.
6. tv. & in. to snort cocaine or heroin, using a folded matchbook cover. He scooped two lines together.

What’s the scoop?

interrog. What is the news? “Hi, you guys!” beamed John’s little brother. “What’s the scoop?”
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While original advisory activities were generated by a survey to students, parents and staff, an advisory board has now been appointed to develop curriculum that includes more options that can be tailored to student and teacher needs for each Scooper Time session.
The result of Scooper's childhood trauma is that the most fundamental human relationship, the bond between mother and child, is badly damaged.
But Scooper and his pals were much luckier - they had their very own scrapyard (quite a colourful, relatively clean-looking scrapyard if my memory serves me correctly) and a double decker bus to mess around in.
The other thing you can do is get rid of the scooper. The scooper drops litter on the way to the trash, and the scooper itself gets very grungy and needs regular cleaning.
(It flopped quickly in '79.) A prologue sets the morbid comic tone, as the blind, aged Henny (Wilson), wailing that her bladder has fallen out, exposes to her horrified son Scooper (David Aaron Baker) another little physical problem, a visibly cancerous breast.
Through its proprietary features, the Mewper Scooper will eliminate the physical strain normally associated with scooping cat litter.
OTHER: Speaker at graduation; waitress and ice cream scooper at Lakeview Farms Restaurant; baby-sitting jobs.
SOOPER POOPER SCOOPER: Sylvester Wardle thought that he had found the perfect solution to the doggy poop problem in Darlington in November 1987.
HE WAS the ice cream scooper who never forgot his family's roots or the sneering lips of the silver-spoon boys, as he rose to become one of Britain's greatest businessmen, dropping charitable donations along the way.
Elaine explains: "I have yet to meet a dog that can use a pooper scooper to clean up its own mess - that responsibility lies firmly with the owner."
* Invention Submission Corporation has announced that one of its clients has designed the Ultimate Scooper, a device that would soften ice cream as it is scooped.
Also new is the Wavy Chopper, which doubles as a scooper. The product offers an easy way to chop food quickly in one fluid motion.
Adrian "Chief Scooper" Faber, new editor of The Shropshire Star, has wasted no time in imposing his will on the paper, and is reshaping it into his idea of what a thrusting news organisation should be.
Maybe they'll paint a pooper scooper box gold in my honour for when I walk the dog!" Davidson is determined to shine for Perth fans travelling to back their team at Motherwell tomorrow.
Established in 2006, owner and manager Annette Kuhn, reflected on the past five years by saying, "Poop, Scoop & Away was founded to provide a reliable, convenient and customer-oriented pooper scooper service to busy dog owners.