How to Pronounce reap?

Correct pronunciation for the word "reap" is [ɹˈiːp], [ɹˈiːp], [ɹ_ˈiː_p].

What are the misspellings for reap?

"Reap" in context

Reap is a word often used to describe the end result of something that has been sown or earned. It's a harvest. To reap is to often to benefit from something. For example, we often say that patience is a virtue and if you are patient you will reap the rewards. Other times, we might say if you work hard and you put in the effort, you will reap the rewards. This can be used rewards from applying for a job, studying for a school exam, or sowing a garden that blooms and produces healthy fruits.

Reap is used when referring to benefits from an investment.

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