Sinónimos de crop en inglés:

crop

sustantivo

  • 1 some farmers lost their entire crop
    harvest, year's growth, yield, produce, vintage, gathering, reaping, gleaning, garnering; fruits
  • 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; oesophagus, pharynx
    informal , dated the red lane
    archaic throttle, gorge, gula
  • 4 the rider picked up his hat and crop
  • verbo

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  • 1 Sharon chose to crop her long brown hair
    cut short, cut, clip, trim, snip, shear, shave; pare, prune, fleece, lop, dock, remove, detach; cut off, hack off, chop off, take off; shorten, make shorter, cut shorter, cut into a bob; barber, tonsure
  • 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
    harvest, reap, mow; gather, collect, pick, pluck; gather in, take in, bring home
    literary glean, garner, cull
  • Frases

    crop up

    things kept cropping up to delay their workhappenoccurarisearriveturn upspring uppop upsurfaceemergematerializeappearcome to lightpresent itselfmake an appearance informalshow up literarycome to passbefall archaichap

    Palabras de enlace

    agronomy science of crop production

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