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Pronounce Yield as Y IY EH L D.

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Phonetic transcription for yield

  • Traditional IPA Phonetic transcription of yield: | jɪɛld |
  • Modern IPA Phonetic transcription of yield: | ʌɪɛld |

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Meanings for yield

to bow out

output, yield(noun)

production of a certain amount

return, issue, take, takings, proceeds, yield, payoff(noun)

the income or profit arising from such transactions as the sale of land or other property

"the average return was about 5%"

yield, fruit(noun)

an amount of a product

output, yield, production(verb)

the quantity of something (as a commodity) that is created (usually within a given period of time)

"production was up in the second quarter"

yield, give, afford(verb)

be the cause or source of

"He gave me a lot of trouble"; "Our meeting afforded much interesting information"

give way, yield(verb)

end resistance, as under pressure or force

"The door yielded to repeated blows with a battering ram"

render, yield, return, give, generate(verb)

give or supply

"The cow brings in 5 liters of milk"; "This year's crop yielded 1,000 bushels of corn"; "The estate renders some revenue for the family"

concede, yield, cede, grant(verb)

give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another

yield, relent, soften(verb)

give in, as to influence or pressure

move over, give way, give, ease up, yield(verb)

move in order to make room for someone for something

"The park gave way to a supermarket"; "`Move over,' he told the crowd"

give, yield(verb)

cause to happen or be responsible for

"His two singles gave the team the victory"

concede, yield, grant(verb)

be willing to concede

"I grant you this much"

succumb, yield(verb)

be fatally overwhelmed

yield, pay, bear(verb)

bring in

"interest-bearing accounts"; "How much does this savings certificate pay annually?"

give, yield(verb)

be flexible under stress of physical force

"This material doesn't give"


cease opposition; stop fighting

yield, give in, succumb, knuckle under, buckle under(verb)

consent reluctantly

an increase usually measured in money that comes from labor, business, or property

the stock's yield has increased over the years

something produced by physical or intellectual effort

wheat farmers were able to increase the yield per acre substantially

the total amount collected or obtained especially at one time

the yield from the police department's buyback program for firearms was staggering

to give up and cease resistance (as to a liking, temptation, or habit)

I finally yielded to temptation and had a bowl of ice cream

to produce as revenue

I expect that stock to yield at least 14% profit this year

to cease resistance (as to another's arguments, demands, or control)

after initially balking at the order, the soldier yielded when the commanding officer threatened a formal charge of insubordination

to be the cause of (a situation, action, or state of mind)

the sort of embarrassing question that seldom yields an honest answer

to fall down or in as a result of physical pressure

the door soon yielded to the battering ram

to give (something) over to the control or possession of another usually under duress

refusing to yield the city to enemy troops

to give (oneself) over to something especially unrestrainedly

she yielded herself to temptation and booked a month-long vacation in the Bahamas like she'd wanted to for years

Example Sentences of yield

You must not yield to temptation.

The yield on the bond is 6%.

A 6% yield is guaranteed on the investment.

They obtained a yield of 8

Stock investments do not always yield profit.

Synonyms for yield

output signal take output proceeds outturn takings payoff fruit return turnout production issue end product topic progeny subject exit issuing counter rejoinder income tax return wages military issue reward regaining final payment publication egress government issue event upshot comeback restitution retort offspring riposte tax return outlet reappearance result recurrence return key coming back replication number outcome bribe getting even emergence effect way out restoration paying back consequence matter homecoming issuance product commit chip in dedicate succumb cave in relent impart pass pass on move over establish reach concede have give in fall in make give collapse throw gift kick in feed break ease up apply cede grant knuckle under founder devote hold buckle under render soften present sacrifice open turn over leave give way consecrate generate contribute afford pay hand bear go conk out break down die fail give out go bad interpret recall supply try sire engender picture deliver bring forth regress reelect come back fork up fork over hand over retrovert mother father furnish show beget repay rejoin get devolve bring back refund hark back submit depict fork out turn in fall turn back provide take back revert translate give back surrender allow confess allot give up deed over profess award accord mince moderate cushion buffer weaken dampen damp flag slacken off ease off let up digest abide comport tolerate make up compensate behave endure put up expect deport assume stick out take over ante up pay up carry support birth have a bun in the oven acquit brook turn out conduct suffer contain stand gestate stomach accept pay off give birth wear defer accede bow produce fruits crop harvest capitulate admit consent to let permit sanction relinquish let go forego acquiesce resign comply consent agree bestow confer communicate giro abandon abdicate waive deliver up part with make over knock under bend relax be pliant assent give consent give place performance yields returns coupon elastic preconsolidation efficiency earnings gain(s) income incoming(s) profit revenue affair handiwork labor thing work bounty catch haul cave (in) blink budge quit breed bring bring about bring on catalyze cause create do draw on effectuate induce invoke occasion prompt result (in) spawn translate (into) buckle crumple go out implode tumble cough up lay down indulge

Antonyms for yield

Yield in different languages

  • عادَ ( عليه ) بِـ, طائِل, رِبْح, عائِدَة, رَيْع, غَلَّة, إِفَادَة, مَدْخُول, إِنْتاج, مَصْلَحَة, مُتَحَصِّل, إِيراد, مُغَلّ, أَجْزَأَ, جَدْوَى, مَنْتُوج, جَنًى, مَنْفَعَة, أَغَلَّ, أَكْسَبَ, نِتَاج, دَرَّ, حَصِيدَة, خَرْج, صُلُوح, خَيْر, دَخْل, عائِد, صَلَاح, فائِدَة, إِفَادَةٌ مِنْ, مُسْتَغَلّ, كَسْب, مُحَصَّلَة, اِسْتِفَادَة, مُنْتَج, مَحْصُول, نَتِيجَة, جَدَاء, مُنْتَجات, أَجْزَى, نَفْع, أَدَرَّ, حاصِل, ناتِج, أَمَّنَ, حَقَّقَ, حَصَد, رَجَعَ بِـ, حَصِيلَة, حَمْل, سَحَبَ, يخArabic
  • cedir Catalan
  • podřídit se vynést výnos úroda dát přednost přinést výsledky Czech
  • platz machen aufgeben ertrag abwerfen ertrag ausbeute gewähren vorfahrt gewähren vorbeilassen ergeben German
  • ceder el paso ceder rendimiento arrojar Spanish
  • väistää myöntää tuottaa taipua antaa tietä sato Finnish
  • se rendre céder rapporter retourner laisser passer capituler rendement French
  • géill slí Irish
  • toradhScots Gaelic
  • cedere dare la precedenza arrendersi arrendere raccolto produrre restituire produzione Italian
  • תשואהformer Hebrew
  • 収穫, 利益, 譲る, もたらすJapanese
  • fructus Latin
  • zwichten voortbrengen Dutch
  • yte multiplisere svikte gi etter resultere i Norwegian
  • plon wydajność produkcja Polish
  • rendimento sucumbir resultar produção safra ceder Portuguese
  • închina Romanian
  • выход возвращать отдавать приводить к производить результироваться выработка урожай продукция уступать сдаваться давать Russian
  • urodSerbo
  • utbyte ge vika ge Swedish
  • மகசூல் Tamil
  • దిగుబడి, రాబడిTegulu
  • rekolte kâr sağlamak hâsılât kazanç ürün yol vermek ürün vermek Turkish
  • 产量 Chinese

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