English Vietnamese dictionary
- danh từ
- việc gặt (lúa...), việc thu hoạch (hoa quả...); mùa gặt, vụ thu hoạch
- thu hoạch, vụ gặt
- (nghĩa bóng) kết quả, thu hoạch (của một việc gì)
- ngoại động từ
- gặt hái, thu hoạch ((nghĩa đen) & (nghĩa bóng))
- thu vén, dành dụm
Advanced English dictionary
1 [C, U] the time of year when the crops are gathered in on a farm, etc.; the act of cutting and gathering crops: harvest time + Farmers are extremely busy during the harvest.
2 [C] the crops, or the amount of crops, cut and gathered: the grain harvest + a good / bad harvest (= a lot of crops or few crops) + Plum growers say they are expecting a bumper harvest (= a large amount of produce) this year.
Idioms see REAP
+ verb [V, VN] to cut and gather a crop; to catch a number of animals or fish to eat
1 crop, yield, produce, output, fruit; vintage:
If we get enough rain, the harvest should be good this year.
2 reap, gather, pick, glean, collect:
The oranges are harvested while they are still greenish.
3 earn, make, take in, collect, garner, get, receive, obtain, procure, net:
They harvest huge profits from slot machines.
abundant, bumper, good, large, rich
We've had a bumper harvest of apples this year. (figurative) She returned from the conference with a rich harvest of knowledge.
| bad, disastrous, poor
a series of poor harvests in the 1830s
| cereal, corn, grain, potato, wheat, etc.
VERB + HARVEST
bring in, gather (in), get in, reap
They were busy getting the harvest in. (figurative) We are now reaping the harvest of our hard work last year.
HARVEST + VERB
The strawberry harvest failed because of the drought.
HARVEST + NOUN
time | feast, festival
after (the) ~
Potatoes are normally sprayed after harvest.
| during (the) ~
During harvest they work from dawn to dusk.
| ~ of
a good harvest of potatoes
Concise English dictionary
+the yield from plants in a single growing season
+the consequence of an effort or activity
+the gathering of a ripened crop
+the season for gathering crops
+gather, as of natural products
+remove from a culture or a living or dead body, as for the purposes of transplantation