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Meaning of “harvest” - Learner’s Dictionary

harvest

noun     /ˈhɑːvɪst/
COLLECTING [C, U] B2 the time when crops are cut and collected from fieldsFarming - general words
CROPS [C] the quality or amount of crops that are collectedFarming - general words
Translations of “harvest”
in Arabic حَصاد…
in Korean 수확, 수확량…
in Malaysian penuaian…
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 Vietnamese việc thu hoạch…
in Spanish cosecha…
in Portuguese colheita…
in Thai การเก็บเกี่ยว…
in German die Ernte…
in Catalan collita…
in Japanese 刈り入れ, 収穫, 収穫量…
in Indonesian panen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 收获时节, 收割,收获, 收成…
(Definition of harvest noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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