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الإنجليزية - التركية

Su yokluğu nedeniyle kötü hasat hasat yaptık. - We had a poor harvest because of the lack of water.

Bu yıl iyi bir elma hasatı oldu. - There has been a good apple harvest this year.

hasat zamanı
{i} semere
(Ticaret) ürün toplama
(Tarım) hasat yapmak
(Tarım) biçim
(Tarım) orak mevsimi
{f} hasat kaldırmak
tarladan kaldırmak
(Ticaret) toplanan ürün

Yağmurlar ürünü harap etti. - The rains ruined the harvest.

Kuraklık dönemi ürüne ciddi hasar verdi. - The spell of drought did severe damage to the harvest.

{f} topla

Onların zeytinlerini toplamam. - I don't harvest their olives.

Senin zeytinlerini toplamam. - I don't harvest your olives.

ekin toplama
toplanan ekin
{i} ürün, mahsul, rekolte
harman sonunda verilen ziyafet
{i} harman
{f} hasat etmek, biçmek
{f} saklamak
{f} toplamak
{i} sonuç
harvest home harman sonu
har vest moon sonbahar başındaki dolunay
{f} idareli kullanmak
mahsul devşirmek
(Tarım) ekin

Bütün aile dışarıda ekin biçiyordu. - The whole family was out harvesting the corn.

ekin biçmek
ekin biçme
(Gıda) derim
harvest cell
(Tıp) kültür hücresi
harvest festival
hasat festivali
harvest grapes
bağ bozmak
harvest home
harman sonu
harvest home
hasat sonu
harvest mouse
tarla faresi
harvest field
hasat alanı
harvest mouse
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Cüce sıçan
harvest bug
{i} kadife böceği
harvest bug
(isim) kadife böceği
harvest control
(Denizbilim) hasat kontrolü
harvest crop
mahsul kaldırmak
harvest festival
hasat bayramı
harvest home
harman sonu ziyafeti
harvest home
hasat mevsiminin sonu
harvest home
hasat şarkısı
harvest mite
kadife böceği
harvest moon
hasat dolunayı
{i} biçerdöver
gather the harvest
1. Hasat toplamak2. Meyvesini almak
grape harvest
vine harvest
(Gıda) bağbozumu
american harvest mouse
amerikan tarla faresi
gather in the harvest
(deyim) Hasat zamanı toplama yapmak, semeresini almak
tea harvest
çay hasadı
biçer döğer
{i} harman makinesi
{i} orak
ekin biçici
(isim) ekin biçme
{i} ekin biçme
honey harvest
(Arılık) bal hasadı
sustained harvest
(Denizbilim) sürdürülen hasat
to harvest
tarladan kaldırmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To be occupied bringing in a harvest

Harvesting is a stressing, thirsty occupation.

To win, achieve a gain

The rising star harvested well-deserved acclaim, even an Oscar under 21.

A modern pagan ceremony held on or around the autumn equinox, which is in the harvesting season
The product or result of any exertion or labor; gain; reward
To bring in a harvest; reap; glean
The process of harvesting, gathering the ripened crop
The yield of harvesting, i.e. the gathered, cut ... fruits of horti- or agri-culture (usually a food - or industrial crop)

This year's cotton harvest was great but the corn harvest disastrous.

{v} to gather ripe corn, whether wheat or maiz
{n} the season for gathering ripe corn, the crop gathered
Harvesting of the grapes
A harvest is the crop that is gathered in. Millions of people are threatened with starvation as a result of drought and poor harvests
the time when graduation from one density to another is appropriate Our Earth's third density is in such a harvest season now
or fruit
A modern pagan ceremony held on or around the autumn equinox
An architecture for searching for data on the Internet developed at the University of Colorado The architecture combines information "gatherers" located on servers and information "brokers" which communicate with gatherers and other brokers in their search for information Harvest uses far less network bandwidth and index space than other search architectures and can work with a variety of search engines and search protocols See metadata
gather, as of natural products; "harvest the grapes"
In general use, removing all or portions of the trees on an area It can mean removing trees on an area to 1) obtain income, 2) develop the environment necessary to regenerate the forest, and on occasions, 3) to achieve special objectives such as development of special wildlife habitat needs Contrast with intermediate cuttings
The yield of harvesting (usually a food crop.)
A night once in a century when The Master can draw power from one of his minions while it feeds
the gathering of a ripened crop
The gathering of a crop of any kind; the ingathering of the crops; also, the season of gathering grain and fruits, late summer or early autumn
to bring in; reap; glean
managed removal of trees by selective or complete harvest methods
The total number or poundage of fish caught and kept from an area over a period of time Note that landings, catch, and harvest are different
the season for gathering crops the gathering of a ripened crop the consequence of an effort or activity; "they gathered a harvest of examples"; "a harvest of love"
The act of removing shellstock from growing waters and placing the shellstock on or in a manmade conveyance or other means of transport (2)
A silvicultural treatment that is intended to establish regeneration A harvest is generally a higher level of cutting intensity than a thinning
A colloquial term for a business strategy in which a company focuses on short-term profits without regard for a product's long-term success
to gather mature crops (verb); mature crops (noun)
An obsolete NSA computer system used to monitor telegraph traffic
When you harvest a crop, you gather it in. Many farmers are refusing to harvest the cane. freshly harvested beetroot. + harvesting har·vest·ing war is hampering harvesting and the distribution of food aid. to gather crops from the fields
A research project that developed an architecture for distributed searching, including protocols and formats
remove from a culture or a living or dead body, as for the purposes of transplantation; "The Chinese are said to harvest organs from executed criminals
the yield from plants in a single growing season
the consequence of an effort or activity; "they gathered a harvest of examples"; "a harvest of love"
{f} reap, gather in ripe crops; catch, gather (fish)
{i} reaping, gathering in of crops; time of the year when crops are gathered; amount of crops gathered in a season; outcome, product
A general term for the removal of trees
The cutting, felling, and gathering of forest timber
To gather a crop As used in FORESTS, TREES & WOOD, harvesting trees for wood products
Fish that are caught and retained in a fishery (consumptive harvest)
term used to describe retrieval of a donor organ
The process of threshing or picking a grain crop by a large machine called a combine It can also refer to picking vegetable and fruit crops by hand
An information discovery and access system for the Internet Internet from the University of Colorado
same as Exit strategy
To reap or gather, as any crop
An information discovery and access system
the season for gathering crops
That which is reaped or ready to be reaped or gathered; a crop, as of grain wheat, maize, etc
Software developed by the GEM Consortium that collects metadata from cataloged records and translates it into syntax that can be read by the Browse Builder (See Browse Builder)
The harvest is the gathering of a crop. There were about 300 million tons of grain in the fields at the start of the harvest
The total number or poundage of fish caught and kept from an area over a period of time Note that landings, catch, and harvest are different terms
Removing some or all of the trees on an area whether for income, regeneration of a stand or to achieve the development of special wildlife habitat needs
Harvest Festival
church festival celebrating the harvest, held at the end of September or the beginning of October
harvest festival
Alternative spelling of Harvest Festival
harvest mite
any of various mites of the genus Trombicula. Inhabiting forests and grasslands, in their larval stage they attach to various animals including humans and feed on skin, often causing itching
harvest mites
plural form of harvest mite
harvest moon
The full moon nearest the autumn equinox, when the moon rises the latest and lowest in the sky and seems to appear the biggest, as seen from the Northern Hemisphere
harvest moon
The first full moon of autumn by a tropical year
harvest mouse
A species of the sub-family Murinae (Old World rats and mice)
harvest time
The time of year during which which harvest occurs
harvest times
plural form of harvest time
{n} a song at the end of the harvest
harvest moon
The full moon that occurs nearest the autumnal equinox
harvest bug
{i} chigger, parasitic larvae of mites
harvest festival
holiday that celebrates the gathering in of the crops
harvest festival
A harvest festival is a Christian church service held every autumn to thank God for the harvest. a church service held in the autumn to thank God for the harvest thanksgiving
harvest fly
Any of several cicadas of the genus Tibicen that produce a shrill sound heard late in summer
harvest home
harvest: the gathering of a ripened crop
harvest mite
larval mite that sucks the blood of vertebrates including human beings causing intense irritation
harvest moon
the full moon nearest the September equinox
harvest moon
full moon occurring at or near harvest time (around September 23); harvest month
harvest mouse
any of several small grayish New World mice inhabiting e g grain fields
harvest mouse
small reddish-brown Eurasian mouse inhabiting e g cornfields
harvest mouse
small reddish-brown Eurasian mouse inhabiting e
harvest mouse
erect perennial Old World herb of dry grassy habitats
A machine that gathers the harvest
The gathering of a mature crop, a harvest
American harvest mouse
any of several small grayish New World mice inhabiting e g grain fields
american harvest mouse
grain fields
american harvest mouse
any of several small grayish New World mice inhabiting e
bumper harvest
{i} large and plentiful harvest
{s} able to be harvested, able to be gathered in
past of harvest
A person who gathers the harvest
You can refer to a person who cuts, picks, or gathers crops as a harvester. someone who gathers crops combine harvester combine (1)
farm machine that gathers a food crop from the fields someone who helps to gather the harvest
{i} reaper, crop gatherer, one who harvests; reaping machine
farm machine that gathers a food crop from the fields
A harvester is a machine which cuts and often collects crops such as wheat, maize, or vegetables. see also combine harvester
someone who helps to gather the harvest
One who harvests; a machine for cutting and gathering grain; a reaper
A harvesting ant
the gathering of a ripened crop
from Harvest, v
The practice of felling and removing trees or the removal of dead or damaged trees from an area
Gathering information from various websites
A euphemism for killing or collecting that takes place under a management plan when a species in a particular area becomes a nuisance, or is stressed or diseased because of overpopulation and accompanying food shortages Also refers to a commercial use, such as pine-tree harvesting
Harvesting is most often referring to selling a business or product line, as when a company sells a product line or division or a family sells a business Harvesting is also occasionally used to refer to sales of a product or product line towards the end of a product life cycle
present participle of harvest
Removing compost from the composting environment for use in the landscape, lawn or garden
{i} practice of chopping down and removing trees, removal of damaged or dead trees from an area; removal of cells or tissue from a donor and preserving them for research or transplantation (Medicine); reaping, harvest, gathering of crops
The cutting and removal of trees from a forested area
The felling, skidding, processing, loading, and transporting of forest products
A loose term for removing produce (i e , a merchantable material) from the forest for utilization; cutting, sometimes further initial processing (e g , with trees, topping and trimming) and extraction (removal from the forest)
Involves all activities required in the removal of both timber and non-timber forest products from the forest, including on-site treatments to prepare the products for transport to primary processing sites
picking or gathering of products, agricultural and fishing
Timber felling and haulage to roadside stockpiles
The process used to compile mailing lists by reading the from address of newsgroup messages
third-person singular of harvest
plural of harvest
yield of olives, olive crop, amount of olives harvested