Translation of cosecha in English:

cosecha

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  • 2 (de premios, éxitos) nuestra cosecha en las olimpíadas fue pobre our medal tally at the Olympics was poor, we did not win many medals at the Olympics después de su cosecha de éxitos en Europa following his many successes in Europe, following the successes he reaped in Europe [journalese/lenguaje periodístico]

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