harvestable
adjective see harvest II

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • harvestable — harvest ► NOUN 1) the process or period of gathering in crops. 2) the season s yield or crop. ► VERB ▪ gather as a harvest. DERIVATIVES harvestable adjective harvester noun. ORIGIN Old English, «autumn» …   English terms dictionary

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  • harvestable — adjective capable of being harvested …   Wiktionary

  • harvestable — adj. able to be harvested, able to be gathered in …   English contemporary dictionary

  • harvestable — har·vest·able …   English syllables

  • harvestable — təbəl adjective : capable of or subject to being harvested …   Useful english dictionary

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