harvester
noun
1. (machine) 
The harvester had been out working and had left nothing but stubble in the fields.Se había pasado la cosechadora y solo quedó rastrojo en los campos.
This harvester can harvest up to two tons of wheat a day.Esta segadora-trilladora puede cosechar hasta dos toneladas de trigo por día.
2. (occupation) 
a. el segador (M)la segadora (F) (of grain) 
The harvesters had just loaded the last sheaf onto the wagon.Los segadores acababan de cargar la última gavilla en el carro.
b. el vendimiador (M)la vendimiadora (F) (of grapes) 
The winery only needs to employ harvesters in August and September.La bodega solo necesita contratar a vendimiadores en agosto y septiembre.
c. el recolector (M)la recolectora (F) (of fruit or vegetables) 
Our harvesters handle the strawberries with great care.Nuestros recolectores manejan las frutillas con sumo cuidado.
harvester [ˈhɑːvɪstəʳ]
noun
1 (person) [of cereals] segadorasegadora (m) (f);a segadora [of fruit, vegetables] recolectorarecolectora (m) (f);a recolectora [of grapes] vendimiadoravendimiadora (m) (f);a vendimiadora
2 (machine) cosechadora (f); (combine harvester) segadora-trilladora (f)
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