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Crop — synonyms, definition

1. crop (Noun)

29 synonyms
butt copse craw fodder forest grip grove growth haft handle harvest hay knob lash output produce product rod scourge shank • • •
7 definitions

crop (Noun) — The yield from plants in a single growing season.

crop (Noun) — A cultivated plant that is grown commercially on a large scale.

crop (Noun) — A collection of people or things appearing together. ex. "the annual crop of students brings a new crop of ideas"

crop (Noun) — The output of something in a season. ex. "the latest crop of fashions is about to hit the stores"

crop (Noun) — The stock or handle of a whip.

crop (Noun) — A pouch in many birds and some lower animals that resembles a stomach for storage and preliminary maceration of food.

crop (Noun) — A short haircut.

18 types of
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cash crop catch crop cover crop field crop fruitage root crop
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2. crop (Verb)

48 synonyms
abbreviate abridge batten bite bob browse chomp clip cull cultivate curtail cut cut back cut short diminish dock dress feed forage garner • • •
7 definitions

crop (Verb) — Cut short. ex. "She wanted her hair cropped short"

crop (Verb) — (farming) prepare for crops. ex. "crop the land"

crop (Verb) — Yield crops. ex. "This land crops well"

crop (Verb) — Let feed in a field, pasture or meadow.

crop (Verb) — Feed as in a meadow or pasture. ex. "the herd was cropping"

crop (Verb) — Cultivate, tend, and cut back the growth of. ex. "crop the plants in the garden"

crop (Verb) — To reduce the size of an image by removing undesirable or unnecessary elements.

13 types of
bear cut eat feed fix gear up give prepare ready set set up thin out turn out
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disbud drift grass overcrop overcultivate pinch poll pollard shear top
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