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The act or process of gathering a crop.
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  1. The act or process of gathering a crop.
  2. The result or consequence of an action:
  3. A season's yield of grain, fruit, etc. when gathered in or ready to be gathered in; crop
The energy released by an explosion, especially by a nuclear explosion, expressed in units of weight (usually kilotons) of TNT required to produce an equivalent release.
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  1. The energy released by an explosion, especially by a nuclear explosion, expressed in units of weight (usually kilotons) of TNT required to produce an equivalent release.
  2. An amount yielded or produced; a product.
  3. (Physics, Chem.) The total products actually obtained from given raw materials, usually expressed as a percentage of the amount theoretically obtainable
Something produced; yield; esp., fresh fruits and vegetables
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  1. Something produced; yield; esp., fresh fruits and vegetables
  2. Farm products, especially fresh fruits and vegetables, considered as a group.
(Informal) Commercial products collectively, as of a certain kind or from a certain company; merchandise
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  1. (Informal) Commercial products collectively, as of a certain kind or from a certain company; merchandise
  2. A vector product.
  3. An item that is made or refined and marketed:
The process of growing or developing
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  1. The process of growing or developing
  2. An increase, as in size, number, value, or strength; extension or expansion:
  3. An increase in the size of an organism or part of an organism, usually as a result of an increase in the number of cells. Growth of an organism may stop at maturity, as in the case of humans and other mammals, or it may continue throughout life, as in many plants. In humans, certain body parts, like hair and nails, continue to grow throughout life.
The act by which something is reaped.
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  1. The act by which something is reaped.
An old country dance with much winding in and out
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  1. An old country dance with much winding in and out
  2. Grass or other plants, such as clover or alfalfa, cut and dried for fodder.
  3. Grass, alfalfa, clover, etc. cut and dried for use as fodder
Feed for livestock, especially coarsely chopped hay or straw.
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  1. Feed for livestock, especially coarsely chopped hay or straw.
  2. Something, esp. information, that is thought of as being in large supply and, often, inferior, raw or coarse, etc.
  3. A consumable, often inferior item or resource that is in demand and usually abundant supply:
The collecting of food that grows wild, such as berries, roots, and grains.
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  1. The collecting of food that grows wild, such as berries, roots, and grains.
  2. (bookbinding) A section, a group of bifolios, or sheets of paper, stacked together and folded in half.
  3. A group of people or things.
Something learned by gleaning.
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  1. Something learned by gleaning.
  2. The act of collecting leftover crops from farmers' fields after they have been commercially harvested or on fields where it is not economically profitable to harvest.
  3. (Ornithology) The catching of insects and other invertebrates by plucking them from within foliage, or sometimes from the ground. It may also be applied to where prey is picked off, or from within, natural and man-made surfaces such as rock faces and under the eaves of houses.
(Informal) A group or collection of people or things sharing certain characteristics.
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  1. (Informal) A group or collection of people or things sharing certain characteristics.
  2. The act or season of gathering grapes or of making wine
  3. The crop or yield of a particular vineyard or grape-growing region in a single season, with reference either to the grapes or to the wine made from them
Plural form of fruit
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(Agriculture) Any crop that is grown for sale rather than for personal food or for feeding to livestock
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  1. (Agriculture) Any crop that is grown for sale rather than for personal food or for feeding to livestock
  2. A crop grown by a farmer primarily for sale to others rather than for his or her own use
  3. A crop, such as tobacco, grown for direct sale rather than for livestock feed.
The ripened ovary of a flowering plant that contains the seeds, sometimes fused with other parts of the plant. Fruits can be dry or fleshy. Berries, nuts, grains, pods, and drupes are fruits. &diamf3; Fruits that consist of ripened ovaries alone, such as the tomato and pea pod, are called true fruits. &diamf3; Fruits that consist of ripened ovaries and other parts such as the receptacle or bracts, as in the apple, are called accessory fruits or false fruits.
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  1. The ripened ovary of a flowering plant that contains the seeds, sometimes fused with other parts of the plant. Fruits can be dry or fleshy. Berries, nuts, grains, pods, and drupes are fruits. &diamf3; Fruits that consist of ripened ovaries alone, such as the tomato and pea pod, are called true fruits. &diamf3; Fruits that consist of ripened ovaries and other parts such as the receptacle or bracts, as in the apple, are called accessory fruits or false fruits.
  2. A plant crop or product:
  3. Result; outcome:
A result; product; consequence
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  1. A result; product; consequence
  2. The process, time, or condition of bearing fruit.
  3. A yield of fruit.
The time of the year when matured grain, fruit, vegetables, etc. are reaped and gathered in
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  1. The time of the year when matured grain, fruit, vegetables, etc. are reaped and gathered in
  2. The gathering in of a crop
  3. A season's yield of grain, fruit, etc. when gathered in or ready to be gathered in; crop
An amount yielded or produced; a product.
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  1. An amount yielded or produced; a product.
  2. The energy released by an explosion, especially by a nuclear explosion, expressed in units of weight (usually kilotons) of TNT required to produce an equivalent release.
  3. (Physics, Chem.) The total products actually obtained from given raw materials, usually expressed as a percentage of the amount theoretically obtainable
To shape or form by chopping:
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  1. To shape or form by chopping:
  2. To cut into small pieces:
  3. To cut by striking with a heavy sharp tool, such as an ax:
To cut short; curtail.
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  1. To cut short; curtail.
  2. To cut the hair of
  3. To cut or cut off with shears or scissors
To form or shape by severing or incising:
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  1. To form or shape by severing or incising:
  2. To separate from a main body; detach:
  3. To perform:
(Intransitive with on) To reduce the amount of (something).
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  1. (Intransitive with on) To reduce the amount of (something).
  2. (Intransitive with on) To reduce spending.
  3. (Intransitive with on) To reduce consumption.
To bring down by cutting.
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  1. To bring down by cutting.
  2. (Idiomatic) To reduce the amount of something.
  3. Used other than as an idiom: see cut,"Ž down.
To trim (a tree, etc.) by cutting off branches, twigs, or stems
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  1. To trim (a tree, etc.) by cutting off branches, twigs, or stems
  2. To cut off a part or parts from; trim:
  3. (Usually with off) To cut off as the top or extreme part of anything, especially to prune a small limb off a shrub or tree, or sometimes to behead someone.
To become lower; sink, fall, become reduced, etc.
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  1. To become lower; sink, fall, become reduced, etc.
  2. To let, bring, or move down to a lower level.
  3. To weaken; undermine:
To remove by or as if by cutting, clipping, or shaving:
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  1. To remove by or as if by cutting, clipping, or shaving:
  2. To remove the outer covering or skin of with a knife or similar instrument:
  3. To cut or trim away (the rind, skin, covering, rough surface, etc.) of (anything); peel
To cut away or remove unnecessary parts
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  1. To cut away or remove unnecessary parts
  2. To cut off or remove dead or living parts or branches of (a plant, for example) to improve shape or growth.
  3. To remove or cut out as superfluous.
A force, movement or pressure applied to an object perpendicular to a given axis, with greater value on one side of the axis than the other.
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  1. A force, movement or pressure applied to an object perpendicular to a given axis, with greater value on one side of the axis than the other.
  2. To cut or clip the hair, wool, etc. from
  3. To cut with or as if with shears:
To cut a slit or slits in, especially so as to reveal an underlying color:
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  1. To cut a slit or slits in, especially so as to reveal an underlying color:
  2. To cut or form by cutting with forceful sweeping strokes:
  3. To cut or wound with a sweeping stroke or strokes, as of a knife
To remove (excess or unwanted parts):
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  1. To remove (excess or unwanted parts):
  2. To cut (something) down to the required size or shape
  3. To clip, lop, cut, etc.
To shorten or reduce:
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  1. To shorten or reduce:
  2. To shorten (a number) by dropping one or more digits after the decimal point.
  3. To replace (the edge of a crystal) with a plane face.
To gather and store in a granary.
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  1. To gather and store in a granary.
  2. To get or earn
  3. To collect or gather
(Informal) To get as an idea or impression; infer; conclude
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  1. (Informal) To get as an idea or impression; infer; conclude
  2. To get or collect gradually from various places, sources, etc.; amass; accumulate
  3. To harvest or pick:
To catch, shoot, trap, etc. (fish or game), usually in an intensive, systematic way, as for commercial purposes
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  1. To catch, shoot, trap, etc. (fish or game), usually in an intensive, systematic way, as for commercial purposes
  2. To take or kill (fish or deer, for example) for food, sport, or population control.
  3. To get (something) as the result of an action or effort
To break up, pierce, or dig up (soil, rock, etc.) with something sharply pointed; use a pick on
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  1. To break up, pierce, or dig up (soil, rock, etc.) with something sharply pointed; use a pick on
  2. To look for and find excuse or occasion for (a quarrel or fight)
  3. To provoke:
To gather (a crop, harvest, etc.) by cutting
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  1. To gather (a crop, harvest, etc.) by cutting
  2. To gain or obtain as the reward of action, conduct, work, etc.
  3. To reap a harvest, reward, etc.
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