- = yield, produce, gathering, fruits, harvest, vintage, reaping, season's growth •
a fine crop of apples
- = batch, set, lot, pack, collection, bunch, group •
the present crop of books and documentaries on Marilyn Monroe
- = whip, stick, switch, cane •
She grabbed her riding hat and crop and led the way out.
- = harvest, pick, collect, gather, bring in, reap, bring home, garner, mow •
I started cropping my beans in July.
- = graze, eat, browse, feed on, nibble •
I let the horse drop his head to crop the grass.
- = cut, reduce, trim, clip, dock, prune, shorten, shear, snip, pare, lop, top, mow •
She cropped her hair and dyed it blonde.
See crop up
- = happen, appear, emerge, occur, arise, turn up, spring up •
As we get older health problems often crop up.
'crop' in Other Languages
- British English: crop Crops are plants such as wheat and potatoes that are grown in large quantities for food.Farmers here still plant their crops by hand.krɒp NOUN
- Arabic: مَحْصُول
- Brazilian Portuguese: colheita
- Chinese: 农作物
- Croatian: usjev
- Czech: plodina
- Danish: afgrøde
- Dutch: gewas
- European Spanish: cultivo
- Finnish: vilja
- French: cultures
- German: Feldfrucht Feldfrüchte
- Greek: συγκομιδή
- Italian: raccolto
- Japanese: 農作物
- Korean: 농작물
- Norwegian: avling
- Polish: uprawa
- Portuguese: colheita
- Romanian: recoltă recolte
- Russian: урожай
- Spanish: cosecha
- Swedish: skörd
- Thai: ผลผลิต
- Turkish: ürün
- Ukrainian: сільськогосподарська культура
- Vietnamese: cây trồng
- British English: crop When a plant crops, it produces fruits or parts which people want. VERBAlthough these vegetables adapt well to our temperate climate, they tend to crop poorly.
- Brazilian Portuguese: surgir
- Chinese: 收获收获穫
- European Spanish: cultivarse
- French: donner des fruits
- German: Früchte tragen
- Italian: dare un raccolto
- Japanese: 作物ができる
- Korean: 농작물이 잘 되다
- Portuguese: produzir culturas
- Spanish: cultivarse
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