Sinônimos de scope
opportunity for using abilitiesHe believed in giving his staff scope for initiative.
I was given an opportunity to bathe and shower.
I had the opportunity to go abroad and study.
There's a lot of room for you to express yourself.
freedom to buy and sell at the best price
a dazzling picture book which allows imaginations full play
All eligible people will get a chance to vote.
space, , ,
The furniture proved impractical because it took up too much space.
She will be given every latitude in forming a new government.
Schoolteachers rarely have leeway to teach the way they want.
the area covered by an activity or topicthe scope of a novel
The trees on the mountain within my range of vision had all been felled.
an aircraft with a bomb-carrying capacity of 454 kg
Luckily, the phone was in easy reach.
Although large in area, the flat did not have many rooms.
extent, , ,
an estate about seven or eight acres in extent
Cora dazzled all who came within her orbit.
The bridge has a span of 579 feet.
the sphere of international politics
compass, , ,
Within the compass of a book of this size, such a comprehensive survey is not practicable.
medicines which fall outside the ambit of the price-fixing agreement
That, however, was beyond the purview of the court; it was a diplomatic matter.
field of reference
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in the sense of ambit
limits or boundarymedicines which fall outside the ambit of the price-fixing agreement
in the sense of area
range or scopeAlthough large in area, the flat did not have many rooms.
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