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scope (on) someone

Sl. to evaluate a member of the opposite sex visually. He scoped every girl who came in the door. He wouldn't like it if somebody scoped on him. Or would he?

scope someone or something out

Sl. to look someone or something over; to check someone or something out. Hey, scope the new car out! Dave was scoping out all the girls.
See also: out, scope

scope out

v.
To make a preliminary inspection of something: The crew scoped out possible locations for the movie. Before the thieves robbed the bank, they spent weeks scoping it out.
See also: out, scope

scope (on) someone

tv. & in. to evaluate a member of the opposite sex visually. He scoped every girl who came in the door.
See also: on, scope, someone

scope someone

verb
See also: scope, someone

scope someone out

tv. to look someone over; to check someone out. Dave was scoping out all the girls.
See also: out, scope, someone
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Figure 4 is a sampling scope display of a SATA bus with excessive capacitance.
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Mount your quality scope in cheap bases and rings and you'll likely experience a headache a 50-gallon barrel of aspirin won't help.
Most scope vendors include a setting that allows the scope to oversample and digitally filter the output of the ADC to achieve more bits of resolution.
The rear eyepiece featured a rubber attachment that was intended to aid the user with proper eye/ scope alignment.
For a scope of this size and weight, a lubricant isn't only unnecessary, it's actually detrimental (see page 83).
A scope tends to have a short re-arm time, which means that almost immediately after one waveform has been displayed you can capture and display another.
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The SMS service was launched so that Scope can reach out to disabled people and their families, wherever they are.
The flexible scope identified ectasias and an indistinct left mass (figure 1).
The 2006 Edition of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) reflects extensive changes resulting from the Appraisal Standards Board (ASB) examination of the proper role of the scope of work and departure concepts in the appraisal process.
A major (and frequent) mistake made in paper machine rebuilds is that mill personnel are pushed to give an early estimate of the project scope and cost.
The scope of practice issues encountered by advanced practice nurses are frequently complex.