Thesaurus / reaped


Pay upfront marketing expenses, win market share, then reap the rewards.

Instead of reaping profits from consumers who have chosen to shop from home, retailers without online infrastructures have missed out on booming sales opportunities.

By telling employees that it’s OK to put their family first when need be, the organization reaps the commitment of its team members who put the mission and needs of clients first in all that they do.

These amounts are relatively small compared to the billions of dollars in revenue Facebook and Google reap each quarter.

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Maybe something happens before you get to reap the five years of glorious retirement that we’re all banking on.

As emissions controls have tightened in places like Europe and California, the credits sales have gone up, reaping high-margin revenue for the likes of Tesla.

All too often creators are involved in reaping the rewards for their work only once, but the secondary economy continues to generate value out of their reach.

Us, are examples of the locally oriented media companies that have begun reaping the benefits of national advertisers exploring their options in local media.

The season—and the revenue all parties would reap from completing the playoffs—hung in the balance.

In turn, businesses can look forward to reaping the benefits of a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive workforce, and our economy can look forward to an accelerated recovery.


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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.