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.
CHRIS Hutchings believes Walsall will reap the benefit of Manchester City's acclaimed youth system after completing the signing of Clayton McDonald.
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.
The IRS does not allow you to amend tax returns in order to reap the benefit of depreciation you could have taken in the past years.
338(g)(10) election and reap the benefit of these losses.