Translation for 'reaping' from English to Russian
VERB   to reap | reaped | reaped
reaping | reaps
жатва {ж} [действие ] [тж. перен.]
reaping [of grain] [also fig.]
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Translation for 'reaping' from English to Russian

reaping [of grain] [also fig.]
жатва {ж} [действие ] [тж. перен.]сель.
Usage Examples English
  • In May 2003, Gesher staged an adaptation to another work of the author Isaac Bashevis Singer – “Shosha”, again reaping exceptional reviews and a wonderful audience response.
  • Renwick formulated at least 25 inventions over his lifetime, including a combination chicken brooder and incubator, and a self-binding reaping machine.
  • In competition, the reaping action of the classical variation is sometimes replaced with a hooking or lifting motion, and the left hand can be used to lift or block uke's other leg while reaping the other.
  • The American history of hay cutting tools begins with the reaping hook.
  • that would reap benefits in the Sabbatical year and to prohibit reaping in the year after the Sabbatical year produce that grew in the Sabbatical year.

  • Ti-Tree is the centre for a vegetable-producing area, producing fresh vegetables and fruit for Territory markets, with an annual table-grape harvest alone reaping $10 million.
  • The festivals of Ops (Opiconsivia or Opalia) followed Consus' closely, being held every August 25 and December 19, at the time of reaping and the seeding of crops.
  • Nitya-samsarins delight only in worldly values and feel no need for ethical and spiritual life. By reaping the fruits of their own actions, they pass through continuous births and deaths eternally.
  • In 1860 Henderson received three patents for improvements to reaping and mowing machines. He applied to extend two of the patents in 1874.
  • "Pangkak" derived from Kangeanese word of "aranggak", "aranggĕk", "paranggak" or "paranggĕk" which means "cut" or "cutting", referred to reaping process in paddy (rice) harvesting activities.

  • In 1789 John Macarthur joined the New South Wales Corps as a lieutenant with “every reasonable expectation of reaping the most material advantages”.
  • Anita Eugenie McCormick was born July 4, 1866, the fourth of seven children born to reaping machine inventor and industrialist Cyrus McCormick and Nancy Maria "Nettie" Fowler.
  • A sickle, bagging hook, reaping-hook or grasshook is a single-handed agricultural tool designed with variously curved blades and typically used for harvesting, or reaping, grain crops or cutting succulent forage chiefly for feeding livestock, either freshly cut or dried as hay.
  • In earlier days, people used to go Bangalore for the same building construction work. Then, they would go for reaping paddy in southern districts, reaping groundnut near the Andhra Pradesh border.
  • The Reaper survived and rises to his feet, on his way to continue reaping.

  • The other path is known as Pitr Yaan. A soul traversing this path will have to return to the world again for reaping the fruits of Karma.
  • In 1921 Vivrel began regularly exhibiting nudes in the Parisians Salons, reaping a rich harvest of medals and awards. His first attempts in this genre dated from just after the war.
  • A scythe is an agricultural hand tool for mowing grass or reaping crops.
  • Sickle-gloss has been recognized as a characteristic of reaping grasses since the 1930s, at least.
  • Additional names include "jakobnik" and "jakobščak" (both referring to Saint James's Day), "pšeničnik" (< "pšenica" 'wheat'), and "žetnik" (< "žetev" 'reaping').

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