Reap - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |riːp|  American pronunciation of the word reap
Brit.  |riːp|  British pronunciation of the word reap

verb

- gather, as of natural products (syn: glean, harvest)
- get or derive (syn: draw)

Examples

She is now reaping the benefits of her hard work.

He reaped large profits from his investments.

The workers were out reaping the crops.

The workers were out reaping in the fields.

We reaped a fine crop of fruit from the bushes that we planted last year.

Only unhappiness can be reaped from selfish actions.

Those who do take risks often reap the rewards.

You reap what you sow. посл.

She is just now starting to reap the benefits of all her hard work.

We're just beginning to reap the benefits of all our hard work.

She began to reap (=get) the rewards of all her hard work.

Word forms

verb
I/you/we/they: reap
he/she/it: reaps
present participle: reaping
past tense: reaped
past participle: reaped
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