reap the benefit of

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Desiree was not wholly without means, and she was in no hurry to reap the benefit of her purchase.
ROYAL Mail handled 115 million parcels in December as the newly-privatised delivery firm continues to reap the benefit of online shopping.
3 : to get as a result <You'll reap the benefit of your hard work.
CHRIS COLEMAN reckons Fulham will reap the benefit of fielding a reserve side in the Carling Cup against Tottenham on Monday.