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2 Resultados de traducción para scoop en español

noun | verb

scoop noun

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cucharada, bola (de helado, etc.), pala (de harina, etc.); (noticias) exclusiva, primicia
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Pie with a scoop of ice cream on top

Ejemplos de uso de
scoop noun

  • a backhoe with a large scoop
  • The story turned out to be the political scoop of the year.
  • She always knows the scoop.
  • Here's the scoop on how to clean leather.

scoop verb

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scooped, has scooped, is scooping, scoops
sacar (con pala o cucharón)

Ejemplos de uso de
scoop verb

  • She has a job scooping ice cream.
  • He scooped flour into the bowl.
  • A backhoe was scooping dirt from the hole.
  • The children scooped handfuls of marbles from the pile.
  • He scooped the dice off the table and rolled again.
  • Scoop a hole in the dough for the filling.
  • The city's biggest newspaper got scooped by a weekly paper that released the story a full day before.

Traducción inversa para scoop

cucharada  - spoonful 
bola  (de helado, etc.) - ball, lie, fib, bunch, group, uproar, tumult 
pala  (de harina, etc.) - shovel, spade, blade (of an oar or a rotor), paddle, racket 
exclusiva  (noticias)
primicia  - first fruits, scoop, exclusive 
sacar  (con pala o cucharón) - to kick off (in soccer or football), to pull out, to take out, to get, to obtain, to serve (in sports), to get out, to extract, to stick out, to bring out, to pull off, to introduce 
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