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harvest

noun [C/U]  /ˈhɑr·vəst/ us  
the activity or time of gathering a crop, or a crop that is gathered: [U] We picked the corn that had been missed during harvest. [C] He had a large garden and loved to share his harvest with others.
harvest
verb [I/T]  /ˈhɑr·vəst/ us  
[T] They couldn’t get anyone to harvest their crop.
Translations of “harvest”
in Korean 수확, 수확량…
in Arabic حَصاد…
in French récolte…
in Turkish hasat, harman, ürün kaldırma…
in Italian raccolta, mietitura, raccolto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 收穫時節, 收割,收穫, 收成…
in Russian жатва, уборка, урожай…
in Polish żniwa, zbiór, plon…
in Spanish cosecha…
in Portuguese colheita…
in German die Ernte…
in Catalan collita…
in Japanese 刈り入れ, 収穫, 収穫量…
in Chinese (Simplified) 收获时节, 收割,收获, 收成…
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