Results for crop

Definitions of crop:

part of speech: noun

All the produce of a field of grain: anything gathered or cropped: the craw of a bird.

part of speech: verb transitive

To cut off the top or ends of; to clip the hair of.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To appear unexpectedly; to sprout; as, in all gardens the weeds crop out.

part of speech: present participle

Cropping.

part of speech: verb transitive

To cut off the top or ends: to cut short or close: to mow, reap, or gather:- pr. p. cropping: pa. p. cropped.

part of speech: verb

To cut or pluck the ends off; to mow or reap; to sow or plant.

part of speech: noun

The produce of the ground, as corn; harvest; anything likened to the harvest; as, a crop of ice; a bird's craw; a stout hunting whip; hair cut close or short.

part of speech: past tense, past participle

Cropped, cropt.

part of speech: noun

Craw of a bird; first stomach into which a bird's meat descends; anything gathered into a heap; the gathered harvest; corn or other vegetable products while growing, or after being gathered.

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