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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. A large ladle.
  2. The shovel or bucket of a dredge or backhoe.
  3. Street names for gamma hydroxybutyrate.
  4. A news report that is reported first by one news organization.
  5. The quantity a scoop will hold.
  6. A hollow concave shape made by removing something.
(动) As a verb
  1. Get the better of.
  2. Take out or up with or as if with a scoop.
Part of Speech(名) noun, (动) verb
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铲子chǎnzishovel; spade; trowel; spatula (kitchen utensil)
勺子sháoziscoop; ladle
xué, xuè (Tw)cave; cavity; hole; acupuncture point
kǒumouth; measure word for things with mouths (people, domestic animals, cannons, wells etc); measure word for bites or mouthfuls
汲取jíqǔto draw; to derive; to absorb
挖空wākōngto excavate; to hollow
舀勺yǎosháoscoop; dipper
舀子yǎoziladle; scoop
tāoto fish out (from pocket); to scoop
爆料bàoliàoto expose (in the media); to talk about something often overlooked or non-confirmable; to scoop (esp. Taiwan media)
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