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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
reap (verb)
transitive verb
1.
a) (1) to cut with a sickle, scythe, or machine - reaping
(2) to clear of a crop by reaping
b) to gather by reaping - harvest
2.
intransitive verb
- obtain win to reap something
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
reap (verb)
1.
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
reap (verb)
2.
to receive as return for effort
SYNONIMS:
acquire, attain, bag, bring in, capture, carry, come by, draw, gain, garner, get, knock down, land, make, obtain, procure, pull down, realize, reap, secure, win
RELATED WORDS:
clear, gross, net; accomplish, achieve, notch (up), score; accumulate, amass, draw, rack up; catch, pick up; annex, occupy, take over; reacquire, reattain, recapture, regain, remake
NEAR ANTONYMS:
accord, give, grant, pay; give up, hand over, part (with), relinquish, surrender, yield
forfeit, lose
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