Yield Meaning and Definition


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What is the definition Yield? What is its meaning in the dictionary? Example sentences, Words starting with Yield, Related sentences, Synonyms, Derivations, Words ending with Yield, How to pronounce? Antonyms and more...

Yield meaning

Word: Yield

How to pronounce: jiːld

Verb

Definitions:

1. Produce or provide (a natural, agricultural, or industrial product)

Example sentences: "The land yields grapes and tobacco"

2. Give way to arguments, demands, or pressure.

Example sentences: "The Western powers now yielded when they should have resisted"

3. (of a mass or structure) give way under force or pressure.

Example sentences: "He reeled into the house as the door yielded"

Noun

Definitions:

1. The full amount of an agricultural or industrial product.

Example sentences: "The milk yield was poor"


Synonyms:

profitability

profitableness

succumb

give up

quit

capitulate

budge

crop

harvest

bring

deliver

make

cause

invoke

go

earnings

revenue

profit

income

yielding capacity

yielding ability

milk yield

give

relinquish

afford

pay

productivity

output

gains

fruit

production

product

bear

produce

catch

generate

beget

take

create

spawn

haul

return

concede

relent

cede

being inferior

flowability

giving way

surrender

cave

result

proceeds

payoff

grant

issue

bow

render

gain


Antonyms:

harvest

cost

costs

defy


Derivations:

yielding

yielded


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Yield in Other Languages...

Spanish: Rendimiento

German: Ertrag

French: Rendement

Italian: Rendimento

Turkish: Verim


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