Definition of "rabi" [rabi]

  • (in Pakistan, India, etc) a crop that is harvested at the end of winter (noun)
  • The spring harvest in India and Pakistan (noun)

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Use "rabi" in a sentence
  • ""Available data regarding sowing trends for the rabi season winter crop indicate a shortfall in the area sown under pulses and oilseeds, which may result in a further increase in price levels in coming weeks," said Aditi Nayar, an economist with ICRA."
  • ""The efforts by farmers and the states to boost production during the rabi (winter) season in 2009-10 after the drought adversely affected the kharif (summer) crop are significant," said Mr. Basu, who led the government's drought-control measures in his previous job."
  • "Yesterday I put in the kohl rabi and beetroot in 2 small squares, then watered the emerging seedlings."