crop / krɒp /


crop5 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. the cultivated produce of the ground, while growing or when gathered: the wheat crop.
  2. the yield of such produce for a particular season.
  3. the yield of some other product in a season: the crop of diamonds.
v. 有主动词 verb

cropped or cropt; crop·ping.

  1. to cut off or remove the head or top of.
  2. to cut off the ends or a part of: to crop the ears of a dog.
  3. to cut short: cropped t-shirts.
v. 无主动词 verb

cropped or cropt; crop·ping.

  1. to bear or yield a crop or crops.
  2. to feed by cropping or grazing.
adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. shorter than is usual: a crop top that bares your midriff; crop pants that end at mid-calf.
v. 动词组 verb
  1. crop out, Geology, rise to the surface of the ground: Veins of quartz crop out in the canyon become evident or visible; occur: A few cases of smallpox still crop out every now and then.
  2. crop up, to appear, especially suddenly or unexpectedly: A new problem cropped up.

crop 近义词

n. 名词 noun

harvest of fruit, vegetable

v. 动词 verb

cut, trim off


  • crop out
  • crop up
  • cream of the crop


  1. It gives decision makers the time they need to assess what to do — whether that’s watering crops, moving emergency supplies into place or prepping for disease outbreaks.
  2. For cotton crops, some parts of the western Mississippi Delta area, and central and interior parts of Arkansas also could be impacted, he said.
  3. We hosted a town hall event this week laying out the issues involved with the new crop of private schooling options that have come up in the absence of physical schools.
  4. Eight short months ago, hemp was the fastest growing crop in US agriculture.
  5. All but four teams4 feature a mascot, and of the current crop, only a handful have been around for less than a decade.
  6. She is wearing a crop top, and Andrew has his arm wrapped around her waist.
  7. Speaking of the literature you love, the Bloomsbury writers crop up in your collection repeatedly.
  8. Images of the hotel crop up repeatedly in his paintings, sometimes plagued by bats or monsters.
  9. The Old-Fashioned is the crème of the cocktail crop—according to Don Draper, at least.
  10. “Now get on your knees and crawl,” he demanded with the slap of a leather horse crop against the palm of his hand.
  11. First, how about the expansibility needed to supply adequate funds for crop-moving?
  12. But before he could even sow that year's crop, he would have to see a certain banker who lived in Nebraska.
  13. But poverty accompanied by crop failures for three years was a general and accepted thing now.
  14. It happened that an unusually large crop had been planted and was approaching maturity at the moment of the outbreak of the war.
  15. True, she had never met the provincial type before, but she doubted if Rosewater had produced a crop of Isabel Otises.