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crop British & World English

A cultivated plant that is grown on a large scale commercially, especially a cereal, fruit, or vegetable

crop up in crop British & World English

Appear, occur, or come to one’s notice unexpectedly

crop up British & World English

Appear, occur, or come to one’s notice unexpectedly

cash crop British & World English

A crop produced for its commercial value rather than for use by the grower

crop out in crop British & World English

(Of rock) appear or be exposed at the surface of the earth

crop out British & World English

(Of rock) appear or be exposed at the surface of the earth

crop-over British & World English

A West Indian celebration marking the end of the sugar-cane harvest

crop top British & World English

A woman’s casual sleeveless or short-sleeved garment or undergarment for the upper body, cut short so that it reveals the stomach

Eton crop British & World English

A short hairstyle worn by women in the 1920s

root crop British & World English

A crop that is a root vegetable or other root, e.g. sugar beet

trap crop British & World English

A crop planted to attract insect pests from another crop, especially one in which the pests fail to survive or reproduce

break crop British & World English

A secondary crop grown to interrupt the repeated sowing of cereals as part of crop rotation

catch crop British & World English

A crop grown in the space between two main crops or at a time when no main crops are being grown

cover crop British & World English

A crop grown for the protection and enrichment of the soil

crop circle British & World English

An area of standing crops which has been flattened in the form of a circle or more complex pattern. No general cause of crop circles has been identified although various natural and unorthodox explanations have been put forward; many are known to have been hoaxes

crop-eared British & World English

Having the tops of the ears cut off

green crop British & World English

A crop used in a green or unripe state as fodder

ratoon crop British & World English

A new crop (especially of rice, bananas, or sugar cane) that grows from the stubble of the crop already harvested

riding crop British & World English

A short flexible whip with a loop for the hand, used in riding horses

crop dusting British & World English

The spraying of powdered insecticide or fertilizer on crops, especially from the air

standing crop British & World English

A growing crop, especially of a cereal

hunting crop British & World English

A short rigid riding whip with a handle at right angles to the stock and a long leather thong, used chiefly in hunting

the cream of the crop in cream British & World English

The very best of a particular group of people or things

the cream of the crop British & World English

The very best of a particular group of people or things

maincrop British & World English

Denoting a vegetable produced as a principal crop of the season

monocrop British & World English

A cultivated crop that does not rotate with other crops in a particular field or area

intercrop British & World English

Grow (a crop) among plants of a different kind

pixie cut British & World English

A woman’s short hairstyle in which the hair is cropped in layers, typically so as to create a slightly tousled effect

pixie crop in pixie cut British & World English

A woman’s short hairstyle in which the hair is cropped in layers, typically so as to create a slightly tousled effect

crop rotation in rotation British & World English

The growing of different crops in succession on a piece of land to avoid exhausting the soil and to control weeds, pests, and diseases

crop English Thesaurus

some farmers lost their entire crop

crop English-Spanish

cosecha f

crop out English-Spanish

aflorar

crop up English-Spanish

aflorar

Eton crop in crop English-Spanish

corte a la garçonne

crop duster in crop English-Spanish

fumigador m (aéreo)

riding crop in riding English-Spanish

fusta f, fuete mAmL exc CS

crop rotation in crop English-Spanish

rotación f de cultivos


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