reap from

reap something from something

 
1. Lit. to harvest something from something. We reaped a fine harvest from our cornfields this year. They will reap nothing from their flooded fields.
2. Fig. to gain something from something. The students reaped a lot of information from their interview with the police chief. I hope to reap some good advice from the discussion.
See also: reap
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Thailand's Bangkok Airways has, so far, operated the only direct flights to Siem Reap from abroad.