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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
harvest (noun)
1.
the season for gathering in agricultural crops
2.
the act or process of gathering in a crop
3.
a) a mature crop (as of grain or fruit) - yield
b) the quantity of a natural product gathered in a single season - deer harvest ice harvest
4.
an accumulated store or productive result - a harvest of revenue
harvest (verb)
transitive verb
1.
a) to gather in (a crop) - reap
b) to gather, catch, hunt, or kill (as salmon, oysters, or deer) for human use, sport, or population control
c) to remove or extract (as living cells, tissues, or organs) from culture or from a living or recently deceased body especially for transplanting
2.
a) to accumulate a store of - has now harvested this new generation's scholarly labors M. J. Wiener
intransitive verb
b) to win by achievement - the team harvested several awards to gather in a crop especially for food
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
harvest (noun)
the quantity of an animal or vegetable product gathered at the end of a season
SYNONIMS:
harvest
RELATED WORDS:
return, yield; cut, cutting
harvest (verb)
to catch or collect (a crop or natural resource) for human use
SYNONIMS:
gather, pick, reap
RELATED WORDS:
clam, fish, seal, shrimp, whale; accumulate, forage, garner; glean; cut, hay, mow; bag, capture, hunt, net, snare, trap; crop, grow, raise
NEAR ANTONYMS:
plant, seed, sow
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