Definition of scoop
- a ride in a motor vehicle.
Can you come to my place and give me a scoop?
- an exclusive story in news media.
- the back-story or facts. See also straight scoop.
Citation from "Begin the Begin", Covert Affairs (TV), Season 2 Episode 1 (2011) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
- See more words with the same meaning: information, gossip, speech, talk.
verb - transitive
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Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to 'information, gossip, speech, talk':
|Definitions include: incessant, idle talk.|
|Definitions include: inside information; "gossip".|
|Definitions include: very good, excellent; "cool".|
|Definitions include: basic facts.|
|Definitions include: to gossip.|
|Definitions include: Gossip, Fun, Cheeky Chat.|
|Definitions include: personal information about a person (for example: their real name, home address, phone number) that has been released on the web.|
|Definitions include: See the 411.|
|Definitions include: a lot of talk; "babble".|
|Definitions include: secret or incriminating.|
|Definitions include: gossip, secret information.|
|Definitions include: to call on a telephone.|
|Definitions include: the inside information.|
|Definitions include: excited.|
|Definitions include: an informal chat.|
Slang terms with the same root words
Other terms relating to 'scoop':
|Definitions include: information from a source with first-hand knowledge.|
|Definitions include: to defame a publicly traded company so its stock price declines, then purchase stock shares at the reduced price.|
|Definitions include: information.|
|Definitions include: a true back-story or set of facts.|
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