Translation: from english to russian

from russian to english

bumper crop year

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  • crop — [krɒp ǁ krɑːp] noun [countable] FARMING 1. a plant such as wheat, rice, or fruit that is grown by farmers in order to be eaten or used in industry: • The main crop in China is rice. • the cotton crop 2. the amount of wheat, rice, fruit etc that… …   Financial and business terms

  • crop — I UK [krɒp] / US [krɑp] noun Word forms crop : singular crop plural crops ** 1) a) [countable] a plant grown for food, usually on a farm That year, crop failure led to widespread famine. They re all out planting the crops today. the possible… …   English dictionary

  • crop — crop1 [ krap ] noun ** 1. ) count a plant grown for food, usually on a farm: That year, crop failure led to widespread famine. They re all out planting the crops today. the possible health risks posed by genetically modified crops cash crop… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • bumper — [[t]bʌ̱mpə(r)[/t]] bumpers 1) N COUNT Bumpers are bars at the front and back of a vehicle which protect it if it bumps into something. ● PHRASE: v link PHR, PHR n, PHR after v If traffic is bumper to bumper, the vehicles are so close to one… …   English dictionary

  • crop — 1 noun (C) 1 a plant such as wheat, rice, or fruit that is grown by farmers, especially in order to be eaten: The main crop in China is rice. | Most of the land is used for growing crops. | crops being harvested in September 2 the amount of wheat …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • crop*/ — [krɒp] noun I 1) [C] a plant that is grown for food They re all out planting the crops today.[/ex] Japan bought large amounts of rice overseas because of a crop failure (= the crops did not grow).[/ex] 2) [C] the amount of crops that are grown in …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • bumper — bump|er1 [ bʌmpər ] noun count a long thin bar of metal or plastic attached to the front or back of a vehicle, designed to protect it if it hits anything bumper bump|er 2 [ bʌmpər ] adjective only before noun bigger or more successful than usual …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • crop — 1. noun 1) some farmers lost their entire crop Syn: harvest, year s growth, yield; fruits, produce 2) a bumper crop of mail Syn: batch, lot, assortment, selection, collection, supply …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • Crop over — (formerly called Harvest Home ), is a traditional harvest festival which began in Barbados, having had its early beginnings on the sugar cane plantations during the colonial period. The crop over tradition began in 1688, and featured singing,… …   Wikipedia

  • crop — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 plants grown for food ADJECTIVE ▪ agricultural ▪ cash, commercial, export ▪ Most farmers now produce cash crops such as coffee and tobacco for the export market. ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • New Year's Day — For other uses, see New Year s Day (disambiguation). New Year s Day Observed by Users of the Gregorian calendar and others Significance The first day of the Gregorian year Date January 1 Celebrations …   Wikipedia

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