reap from

reap (something) from (someone or something)

1. Literally, to accrue or accumulate something from the harvest of something else. We were able to reap a huge bounty of corn from the fields this year.
2. To gain, obtain, or achieve something from some source. I'll ensure you're able to reap huge profits from this investment. The data we reaped from these computer caches will enable us to take down the terrorist cell once and for all.
See also: reap
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

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
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
See also:
References in periodicals archive ?
A Taiwanese traveler surnamed Chen said the launch of the direct Siem Reap-Taipei flight will bring much convenience to Taiwanese travelers because currently transfers are necessary for a trip to Siem Reap from Taiwan, the report said.
Rice Exporters Association of Pakistan (REAP) has been demanding since long that either these Rice Research Institutes may be privatized or REAP members are included in their Board or Government of Pakistan may sanction grant to REAP from the Export Development Funds, wherein more than Rs7.5 billion are deposited by rice exporters and REAP can established its own institute and this will be instrumental to increase the rice exports upto US$4 billion within next 2-3 years.
Thailand's Bangkok Airways has, so far, operated the only direct flights to Siem Reap from abroad.