reap / rip /


reap2 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to cut with a sickle or other implement or a machine, as in harvest.
  2. to gather or take.
  3. to get as a return, recompense, or result: to reap large profits.
v. 无主动词 verb
  1. to reap a crop, harvest, etc.

reap 近义词

v. 动词 verb

collect, harvest


  1. Remember, Google, Bing, and other search engines aren’t perfect, so you should try and do everything in your power to help them understand your images and you’ll reap the benefits.
  2. Northam’s plan to legalize marijuana came after two state studies showed that Virginia could reap enormous revenue from a regulated cannabis industry — some $300 million per year, by one estimate.
  3. Even as his balance dipped as low as $42,000, he held on and by April 2020, he reaped the rewards.
  4. Think of all the benefits you’ll reap with a 2-in-1 that functions as both a laptop and a tablet.
  5. We’ve been reaping the reward, if you will, about being slack in the lead-up to Christmas.
  6. Indeed, it's unclear what, if any, benefits the average Cuban will reap from increased diplomacy between the two countries.
  7. From that, Spinal Solutions stood to reap several thousand dollars from the sale of a single screw.
  8. They are only here to reap the rewards of the American safety net (such as it is) and thereby raise your taxes.
  9. “Yes, you will find it,” Cosmo assures readers, promising to help them “reap the blissful benefits” upon discovering the region.
  10. But if you choose to conduct your discourse in 140-word snaps, or soundbites, then you reap the crop of dumb that you sow.
  11. They are religious who reap a great harvest among souls in this newly-christianized land.
  12. Did they use oil varnish, our successors would at all events reap the benefit, if not ourselves.
  13. The French farmers calculate upon reaping about sevenfold; if they sow one bushel, they reap, between six and seven.
  14. As winter is not their season of love, they reap but little advantage from associating.
  15. It was through her power on the sea that she was able to reap a rich harvest from her war with Spain.