Synonyms of crop in English:

crop


See definition of crop

noun

1‘some farmers lost their entire crop’

SYNONYMS

harvest, year's growth, yield, produce, vintage, gathering, reaping, gleaning, garnering

fruits

2‘this month has brought a bumper crop of mail’

SYNONYMS

batch, lot, assortment, selection, collection, supply, intake

3‘the fruit got wedged in the bird's crop’

SYNONYMS

craw, maw, gullet, throat

oesophagus, pharynx

informal, dated the red lane

archaic throttle, gorge, gula

4‘the rider picked up his hat and crop’

SYNONYMS

whip, lash, scourge, CAT, thong, switch, birch, cane, stick

riding crop, hunting crop


verb

1‘Sharon chose to crop her long brown hair’

SYNONYMS

cut short, cut, clip, trim, snip, shear, shave

pare, prune, fleece, lop, dock, remove, detach

cut off, hack off, chop off, take off

shorten, make shorter, cut shorter, cut into a bob

barber, tonsure

2‘a flock of sheep were cropping the turf’

SYNONYMS

graze on, browse on, feed on, eat

pasture, ruminate

3‘the hay was cropped several times this summer’

SYNONYMS

harvest, reap, mow

gather, collect, pick, pluck

gather in, take in, bring home

literary glean, garner, cull


Phrases

    crop up

      ‘things kept cropping up to delay their work’

      SYNONYMS

      happen, occur, arise, arrive, turn up, spring up, pop up, surface, emerge, materialize, appear, come to light, present itself, make an appearance

      informal

      show up

      literary

      come to pass, befall

      archaic

      hap