scope sth out

scope sth out
UK US scope sth/sb out
Phrasal Verb with scope({{}}/skəʊp/ verb
to look carefully to see if something or someone is interesting or attractive: »

If you'd like to scope the building out ahead of time, you'll need to make a reservation.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • scope sb out — UK US scope sth/sb out Phrasal Verb with scope({{}}/skəʊp/ verb ► to look carefully to see if something or someone is interesting or attractive: »If you d like to scope the building out ahead of time, you ll need to make a reservation …   Financial and business terms

  • scope sb/sth out — UK US scope sth/sb out Phrasal Verb with scope({{}}/skəʊp/ verb ► to look carefully to see if something or someone is interesting or attractive: »If you d like to scope the building out ahead of time, you ll need to make a reservation …   Financial and business terms

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