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Meaning of “reap” - Learner’s Dictionary

reap

verb     /riːp/
reap the benefits/profits/rewards
to get something good by working hard for it: Sometimes, this approach can reap tremendous rewards.Succeeding, achieving and fulfilling
[I, T] to cut and collect a crop of grainFarming - general words
Translations of “reap”
in Vietnamese thu hoạch…
in Spanish segar, recoger…
in Thai เก็บเกี่ยว…
in Malaysian memungut…
in French moissonner…
in German schneiden…
in Chinese (Traditional) 收割,收穫, 獲得…
in Indonesian menuai…
in Russian жать, убирать урожай…
in Turkish hasat etmek, mahsül kaldırmak/toplamak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 收割,收获, 获得…
in Polish zbierać (plony)…
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