harvest

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈhɑːrvɪst/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈhɑrvɪst/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(härvist)

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harvest

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. it's time for the (big) harvest
  2. had a [big, sparse, lacking] harvest this year
  3. the harvest is in [October, the fall]
  4. the [October] harvest
  5. the [crop, corn, wheat] harvest
  6. a [good, terrible, bountiful] harvest of [corn]
  7. a [temporary, seasonal] worker for the harvest
  8. can only find work during the harvest
  9. take on [50] (extra) workers during the harvest
  10. expecting a [good, large] harvest this year
  11. really need a good harvest this year
  12. yielded a [poor, disappointing, low] harvest
  13. the [biggest, most abundant] harvest since
  14. time for the annual harvest
  15. the harvest and processing of [corn, wheat]
  16. the harvest of years of [work, research]
v
  1. harvest (the) [crops, grains, fruit, vegetables]
  2. harvest the [land, fields, area]
  3. [seasonal workers, machines, hired hands, tractors] harvest the [land]
  4. harvested for [production, wholesale, sale]
  5. harvested and [boxed, packed, cleaned, sold]
  6. harvest the [results, findings, data, information]
  7. harvested to [prepare, decide, make, improve, provide]
  8. harvested for [publication, analysis, a report]
  9. harvest [salmon, tuna] from the river
  10. harvest [tissue, cells, her eggs, his organs, her kidneys]
  11. harvest [in the fall, before winter]
n as adj
  1. a harvest festival
  2. the harvest season
  3. the harvest moon
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