colher, ceifar, recolher, receber, segar, fazer a colheita
Verb(1) gather, as of natural products(2) get or derive
(1) Now Darran Gardner finds one firm hoping to reap a rich harvest from the ripe market of business intelligence(2) It is very hard to go against ingrained traditions that reap new harvests with a cycle of generations, over and over, until it is almost part of the should be.(3) This is contributing to the farming crisis, and deaths from starvation are likely to increase massively because farmers are too weak to plant or reap their crops.(4) But do the people truly reap the value of these public lands?(5) As gameplay progresses, you'll place your cities, have your population grow, build wonders, armies, reap the land and generally just try to survive.(6) The rich will not be able to continue to reap the profits of their investment in globalization if they do not seriously address the issues of poverty on a world scale.(7) There's little interest these days in hedgerow fruit so I suspect the birds will reap this particular harvest.(8) Indeed, both missions continue to reap benefits for us almost two years after they landed.(9) the company is poised to reap the benefits of this investment(10) One day, as the men are sitting around discussing what they would do if they had any money, Wang Lung says that he will buy land from which to reap harvests.(11) If a landowning nobility was to prosper, it was well advised to diversify out of land and reap some of the gain of financial, commercial, and industrial growth.(12) Some farmers have been told only to reap the current harvest, but not to prepare the land for new crops.(13) It is better to bring the polluters into the light than to allow them to reap profits at the expense of our air, land, and water.(14) With it, farmers could retain their soil and still reap a crop.(15) large numbers of men were employed to reap the harvest(16) He could not reap extra profit from having a piece of my father's land.
(1) reap what you sow :: colhe o que planta
(2) reap without sowing :: colher sem semear
(3) reap a harvest :: colher
1. harvest ::
2. receive ::
3. draw ::
1. forfeit ::
2. lose ::
reap, reaped, reaper, reapers, reaping, reaps
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