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harvest 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈhärvist/,
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harvests, plural;
  1. Gather (a crop) as a harvest
    • - after harvesting, most of the crop is stored in large buildings
  2. Catch or kill (animals) for human consumption or use

  3. Remove (cells, tissue, or an organ) from a person or animal for transplantation or experimental purposes

  4. Gain (something) as the result of an action
    • - the movie has harvested $105.7 million overseas
Noun
  1. The process or period of gathering in crops
    • - helping with the harvest
  2. The season's yield or crop
    • - a poor harvest
  3. A quantity of animals caught or killed for human use
    • - a limited harvest of wild mink
  4. The product or result of an action
    • - in terms of science, Apollo yielded a meager harvest

  1. crop: the yield from plants in a single growing season
  2. reap: gather, as of natural products; "harvest the grapes"
  3. remove from a culture or a living or dead body, as for the purposes of transplantation; "The Chinese are said to harvest organs from executed criminals"
  4. the consequence of an effort or activity; "they gathered a harvest of examples"; "a harvest of love"
  5. the gathering of a ripened crop
  6. the season for gathering crops
  7. In agriculture, the harvest is the process of gathering mature crops from the fields. Reaping is the cutting of grain or pulse for harvest, typically using a scythe, sickle, or reaper. ...
  8. The IBM 7950, also known as Harvest, was a one-of-a-kind adjunct to the Stretch computer which was installed at the US National Security Agency (NSA). Built by IBM, it was delivered in 1962 and operated until 1976, when it was decommissioned. Harvest was designed to be used for cryptanalysis.
  9. Harvest is the fourth solo album by Neil Young, released on February 14, 1972 on Reprise Records, catalogue RS 6317. It featured the London Symphony Orchestra on two tracks, while noted guests David Crosby, Graham Nash, Linda Ronstadt, Stephen Stills, and James Taylor contributed vocals. ...
  10. Harvest is the name of the Christian band founded in Lindale, Texas by Jerry Williams in 1977. The vision of Harvest was to see 100 million people come to know Jesus Christ personally through the band's music ministry.
  11. Harvest is a 1967 documentary film produced by Carroll Ballard. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
  12. Harvest is the fifth studio album from Swedish black metal band Naglfar.
  13. (Harvesting) Removing compost from the composting environment for use in the landscape, lawn or garden.
  14. (Harvesting) The process of scanning the internet to identify email addresses in order to create lists for spamming.
  15. (harvesting) The gathering together of metadata from a number of distributed repositories into a combined data store. Specifically used in the OAI context.
  16. (Harvesting) To collect thousands, or tens of thousands, of Email addresses, for use in Direct Email campaigns, without the permission of the email address owner.
  17. (harvesting) The process of collecting tobacco leaves from the field at the time when leaf maturity has reached its desired stage; harvesting can be done by either manual or mechanical means. ...
  18. (Harvesting) Shorthand for "address harvesting."
  19. (HARVESTING) The practice of collecting e-mail addresses from web sites, user directories and profiles, Usenet postings, domain name registration records, and other sources.
  20. (Harvesting (Algae)) Separating algae from its medium (water) (Oilgae, "Harvesting of Micro Algae")
  21. (Harvesting) A loose term for the removal of trees from the forest, for product utilization.
  22. (Harvesting) Catching and keeping fish using a variety of fishing methods.
  23. (Harvesting) Fishing or logging has a negative impact on the targeted species, as well as on any species that directly depend on the target species for food or shelter. Certain harvest techniques have broader impacts on the ecological community (Dayton et al., 1995). ...
  24. (Harvesting) Process through which an unused software license on a workstation or server is removed for purposes of redeployment to another workstation or server. (see License pool)
  25. (Harvesting) The process of felling trees for removal and use. More broadly, may also be used to include related activities, such as the skidding, processing, loading and transporting of forest products.