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    garner

    You’ve heard of seeds and spores before, and that they’re somehow connected to the plant kingdom, but not knowing one from the other won’t garner you a high grade in biology or botany.

    Read more: Difference Between Seeds and Spores | Difference Between http://www.differencebetween.net/sci...#ixzz6ZVydhnzY

    What does "garner" mean in the quoted sentence?
    I need native speakers' help.

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    Re: garner

    Click here. Ask again if you are still unsure.

    Have you not bookmarked OneLook.com yet?

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    Re: garner

    Is "garner" one of the double object verbs?

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    Re: garner

    Possibly- a high grade for you.

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