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Definition of 'harvest'

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Example sentences containing 'harvest'

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Along the way they visit a goldmine, a remote farm and a harvest festival by indigenous people. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Suppliers of coffee, which is priced in dollars, have also been hit by poor harvests. The Sun (2017)The whole of this season 's harvest had also been requisitioned, so that by the end of the year the people would be starving. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There have been poor harvests around the world and spice prices are soaring. The Sun (2011)Our first pictures of schools harvesting their potatoes are showing some great crops. The Sun (2008)People who live in the country but who only encounter what it produces at harvest festivals. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)No hedges or ditches and the corn ready harvested. Iain Gale Man of Honour (2007)How can we manage our resources in a way that yields an abundant harvest? Christianity Today (2000)It is the produce of a single wine harvest in a specific year. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The countryside is now so wet that crops cannot be harvested. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In fact their first year has produced a bumper harvest. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They just harvested the food that was ready. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Cut down the plants and harvest any remaining crops before placing the stems and leaves in the compost bin. The Sun (2013)Alas, the harvest is great but the labourers are few. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Just 17 per cent had taken part in a harvest festival. The Sun (2007)Growing demand for non-alcoholic cloudy apple juice has helped to make the current harvest season one of the busiest in years. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It intends to clear some of its overflowing stockpiles and make way for freshly harvested grain, while also settling part of its oil imports bill. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The Scandinavian countries have a short harvest season and a long, flat winter. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Food prices are a risk, in the light of the dreadful summer and reports of very poor grain harvests in Britain. Times, Sunday Times (2008)

Synonyms of 'harvest'

harvesting, picking, gathering, collecting
crop, yield, year's growth, produce
gather, pick, collect, bring in

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Translations for 'harvest'

British English: harvest /ˈhɑːvɪst/ NOUN
The harvest is the gathering of a crop.
There were about 300 million tons of grain in the fields at the start of the harvest.
  • American English: harvest
  • Arabic: حَصَاد
  • Brazilian Portuguese: colheita
  • Chinese: 收获
  • Croatian: žetva
  • Czech: sklizeň
  • Danish: høst
  • Dutch: oogst
  • European Spanish: cosecha
  • Finnish: sadonkorjuu
  • French: récolte
  • German: Ernte
  • Greek: συγκομιδή
  • Italian: raccolto
  • Japanese: 収穫
  • Korean: 수확
  • Norwegian: innhøsting
  • Polish: żniwa
  • European Portuguese: colheita
  • Romanian: recoltă
  • Russian: сбор урожая
  • Spanish: cosecha
  • Swedish: skörd
  • Thai: การเก็บเกี่ยว
  • Turkish: hasat
  • Ukrainian: врожай
  • Vietnamese: vụ thu hoạch
British English: harvest /ˈhɑːvɪst/ VERB
When you harvest a crop, you gather it in.
Many farmers are refusing to harvest the cane.
  • American English: harvest
  • Arabic: يَحْصِدُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: colher
  • Chinese: 收割
  • Croatian: žeti
  • Czech: sklízet
  • Danish: høste
  • Dutch: oogsten
  • European Spanish: cosechar mies
  • Finnish: korjata sato
  • French: récolter
  • German: ernten
  • Greek: δρέπω
  • Italian: raccogliere
  • Japanese: 収穫する
  • Korean: 수확하다
  • Norwegian: høste
  • Polish: zebrać plony
  • European Portuguese: colher
  • Romanian: a recolta
  • Russian: собирать урожай
  • Spanish: cosechar
  • Swedish: skörda
  • Thai: เก็บเกี่ยว
  • Turkish: hasat kaldırmak
  • Ukrainian: збирати врожай
  • Vietnamese: thu hoạch

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