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crop

Synonyms of crop in English:

noun

  • 1 some farmers lost their entire crop
    harvest, year's growth, yield, produce, vintage, gathering, reaping, gleaning, garnering;
  • 2 this month has brought a bumper crop of mail
    batch, lot, assortment, selection, collection, supply, intake
  • 3 the fruit got wedged in the bird's crop
    craw, maw, gullet, throat;
    informal , dated the red lane
    archaic throttle, gorge, gula
  • 4 the rider picked up his hat and crop
  • verb

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  • 1 Sharon chose to crop her long brown hair
    pare, prune, fleece, lop, dock, remove, detach;
    cut off, hack off, chop off, take off;
    shorten, make shorter, cut shorter, cut into a bob;
  • 2 a flock of sheep were cropping the turf
    graze on, browse on, feed on, nibble (at), eat;
    pasture, ruminate
  • 3 the hay was cropped several times this summer
    gather, collect, pick, pluck;
    gather in, take in, bring home
    literary glean, garner, cull
  • Phrases

    crop up

    1
    things kept cropping up to delay their work
    informal show up
    literary come to pass, befall
    archaic hap

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