harvest
noun
1. (reaping) 
The townspeople danced all night to celebrate the harvest. La gente del pueblo bailó toda la noche para celebrar la cosecha.
b. la siega (F) (of grains) 
We have a special menu this week because of the rice harvest. Tenemos un menú especial esta semana por la siega del arroz.
transitive verb
2. (to gather crops) 
a. cosechar 
They harvested the corn with the help of their neighbors.Cosecharon el maíz con la ayuda de sus vecinos.
3. (to collect) 
These cards are used to harvest data on shopping habits.Estas tarjetas se utilizan para recolectar datos sobre los hábitos de compra.
4. (medicine or biology) 
a. extraer 
Once your eggs have been harvested, they can be frozen until you need them.Una vez que se te han extraído los óvulos, se pueden congelar hasta que los necesites.
harvest
Noun
1. (general) 
a. la cosecha (F) 
harvest festivalfiesta con que se celebra la recogida de la cosecha
transitive verb
2. (general) 
a. cosechar 
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