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Translation of "harvest" - English-Spanish dictionary

harvest

noun   /ˈhɑː·vɪst/
the job of cutting and collecting crops from fields cosecha
the amount of crops that are collected cosecha
verb   /ˈhɑː·vɪst/
to cut and collect crops when they are ready cosechar
(Definition of harvest from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

harvest

noun /ˈhaːvist/
the gathering in of ripened crops cosecha the rice harvest.
harvester noun
a person or machine that harvests corn. segador
(Definition of harvest from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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