Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Crop"

The meaning of "Crop" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does crops die mean?
A: Crops are plants such as wheat and potatoes that are grown in large quantities for food. Rice farmers here still plant and harvest their crops by hand. ... When you crop something that you have planted, you collect the fruits or parts that you want from it.
Q: What does riding crop mean?
A: it is a type of stick / whip that is used when riding a horse.

type "riding crop" into google and look at images.
Q: What does cropped mean?
A: It means when the picture it cut shorter to kind of adjust it.
Q: What does crop mean?
A: You can say that! "Native crop" means something that is grown naturally in the country or area you are talking about. If I was talking about a country I would probably say "native crop", but if I was talking about a region of a country I think I would say "local crop".
Q: What does "crop (одежда) it like it's hot"? mean?
A: I think you have heard "drop it like it's hot", probably from a rap song.

I don't like urban dictionary, but I'll link to them this time.

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=drop+it+like+it%27s+hot

Example sentences using "Crop"

Q: Please show me example sentences with crop up.
A: "Some urgent business had cropped up"
"Alice’s name keeps cropping up in our conversations"
Q: Please show me example sentences with crop.
A: There are a few ways to use crop:
1. I can crop a photo (meaning digitally cut a photo to be a certain shape)
2. The farmer works on his crops (meaning the food or resources produced from farming)
Q: Please show me example sentences with cropped.
A: I love wearing cropped tops.
Don’t crop me out of the picture.
Q: Please show me example sentences with crop.
A: "I'll be watering my crop" "my crop is dying" "please help me with my crop" it can be used like that.
Q: Please show me example sentences with crop up.
A: I can reach on time unless something crops up.

Synonyms of "Crop" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between crop and harvest ?
A: i would say crop is a noun, i can count it, i can grow tomatoes and corn crops for example and harvest more general the result of growing unless you want to count every grain of corn :) haha and yes to harvest something is a verb, but also can be a noun- we had a good harvest last year.- for example
Q: What is the difference between crop(intransitive verb) and crop(transitive verb) ?
A: The transitive verb crop (mostly) means to cut something short:

“The Army barber cropped my hair short so short you could see my scalp.”

The intransitive verb (mostly) means to happen:

“Something has cropped up at the office, so I won’t be home for supper.”

Both forms have different meanings when you’re talking about farming. The transitive verb means to grow something, and the intransitive means to let something be grown.
Q: What is the difference between crop and agriculture product ?
A: agriculture is a large subject matter concerning crops and caring for them
crops are just the food produced, veggies, fruits, seeds, etc.

similiar to:
Medical: is anything to do with medicine, helping people get better
pills: these are what people take to get better, vitamins, medications, etc.
Q: What is the difference between crop cut and bob cut ?
A: I think a crop cut is shorter (usually shorter than the bottom of the ear) and a bob cut goes to the bottom of the jaw.
Q: What is the difference between crop and plantation ?
A: A crop is the product of the plantation, or what is being grown. The plantation is the field or place on which the crop grows.

Translations of "Crop"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I never thought about how the new crops shifted Europe economy system to Capitalism! Do you think if Americas didn't had those crops (like maize) and resources (such as golds), would many Europeans have still come to the Americas and settled there?
A: thank you so much! did you changed some words?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Many different crops are produced under wide rang of land and various climates. (広い国土と多様な気候のもと、様々な作物が生産されている。)is it natural ?
A: Thank you so much.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? crop
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I grow crop and raise animal.
A: If livestock is propagated for something it produces, then it is raised, i.e. we raise sheep for wool, chickens for eggs, and cows for milk. If they are being harvested then they are grown, i.e. we grow lamb, chickens and cattle for meat.

You have to decide which of the two verbs "raise or grow" applies in your case

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? main crop
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Other questions about "Crop"

Q: Which one is correct?

A: When their crops increased and they wanted to sell the grain, they had to find out how much they possessed.

B: When their crops increased and they wanted to sell the grains, they had to find out how much they possessed.
A: A and B correct
But if you want to say many grain is letter B 😁
Q: What does "crop" mean in this context?

Context>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
A strange ‘frozen crop circle’ formed on a river in Maine
A: I saw this in the news also. A “crop circle” is a pattern in a farm field. The crops (plants) are flattened to make a shape or pattern. Some believe this has been done by aliens. “Frozen crop circle” is used in the news article to compare the pattern in the river in Maine to a regular crop circle. It isn’t really a crop circle though. It’s probably the first time “crop circle” has been used in this context.
Q: After their crops, that took seven years to grow and be ready to harvest, were destroyed by hail, she decided to leave. does this sound natural?
A: Nearly perfect, except you should use which instead of that. The clause it precedes (took seven years to grow and be ready to harvest) is called a non-defining clause, which means the sentence would have the same overall meaning without it. Non-defining clauses take which instead of that.
Q: How do you call this? crops?

A: Plants, vegetables, crops, they are all correct
Q: We need to crop that tree as soon as possible because its leaves are starting to clog the drain. does this sound natural?
A: Yes crop is similar to trim.
If trim is: to cut very little,
crop is: to cut a little more than trim, but still little.

Is that clear? haha

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