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reap /riːp/ vb
  1. to cut or harvest (a crop), esp corn, from (a field or tract of land)
  2. (transitive) to gain or get (something) as a reward for or result of some action or enterprise
Etymology: Old English riopan; related to Norwegian ripa to scratch, Middle Low German repen to card, ripple (flax)

ˈreapable adj



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