Noun(1) production of a certain amount(2) the income or profit arising from such transactions as the sale of land or other property(3) an amount of a product(4) the quantity of something (as a commodity, usually within a given period of time
Verb(1) be the cause or source of(2) end resistance, as under pressure or force(3) give or supply(4) give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another(5) give in, as to influence or pressure(6) move in order to make room for someone for something(7) cause to happen or be responsible for(8) be willing to concede(9) be fatally overwhelmed(10) bring in(11) be flexible under stress of physical force(12) cease opposition; stop fighting(13) consent reluctantly
(1) Becoming a real landlady is a lot of work and the apartment market is only returning an annual yield of about 2.5%, barely enough to cover inflation.(2) the milk yield was poor(3) The same data submitted to different clustering methods can yield different results.(4) The weight of each arrow reflects the relative yield of each dissipative process, in a non-proportional manner.(5) Although his methods could never yield accurate results, they did show that the sun was much further from the earth than was the moon.(6) Milk yield is dependent on a good energy intake and a crude protein of 16.5% in the diet.(7) His grass farm had begun to yield a new product: profits.(8) an annual dividend yield of 20 per cent(9) It will also yield valuable manure, provided it is not mixed with inorganic waste like plastic.(10) They are still refusing to yield up their weapons.(11) US shares returned a total yield for the period of less than zero, giving the lie to the often-heard pronouncement that long-term stock market returns are always healthy.(12) There are more direct and quicker methods that yield similar results.(13) In the case of cereals, grain is the primary yield and total production depends on the number of plants per area, tillers per plant, number of ears per tiller, grains per ear and mass per grain.(14) He said Government had spent enough resources in the agricultural sector which should produce a good yield .(15) they might yield up their secrets(16) Since that land would not be totally barren or completely isolated, it would yield some product.
1. profit ::
2. take ::
3. fruit ::
4. output ::
5. production ::
6. produce ::
7. relinquish ::
8. surrender ::
9. give in to ::
tuuina atu i totonu o
10. bend ::
11. generate ::
12. pay ::
13. succumb ::
14. give way ::
tuuina atu auala
15. give ::
16. concede ::
17. give in ::
tuuina atu i
18. cede ::
19. relent ::
1. resist ::
Different Formsyield, yielded, yielding, yieldings, yields
Word Example from TV Shows
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Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 4
Will the gentleman from the great
state of denial YIELD for a question?
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 13
lf they come back, I say we YIELD.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 2
Yield, YIELD, YIELD!
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 4
long enough for me to go to the walls
and YIELD to Lord Stannis in person.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 9
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