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Synonyms for yield

Synonyms for yield

to bring forth (a product)

to let (something) go

to cease opposition

to give in from or as if from a gradual loss of strength

to conform to the will or judgment of another, especially out of respect or courtesy

to moderate or change a position or course of action as a result of pressure

the amount or quantity produced

the produce harvested from the land

Synonyms for yield

production of a certain amount

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

an amount of a product

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

end resistance, as under pressure or force

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give over

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give in, as to influence or pressure

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move in order to make room for someone for something

cause to happen or be responsible for

be willing to concede

be flexible under stress of physical force

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cease opposition

References in classic literature ?
The fellow on shore was between sleeping and waking, and going to start up; the captain, who was foremost, ran in upon him, and knocked him down; and then called out to him in the boat to yield, or he was a dead man.
A convenient rule of thumb is that the monthly average difference between 10-year and 3-month Treasury rates has turned negative (the yield curve has inverted) before every recession since 1960.
If they fall, which has happened over the last few years, the overall yield of the bond portfolio will fall too if reinvesting is done in lower interest bonds.
446-5, costs exceeding a certain threshold must be amortized as if they increased the debt instrument's yield.
Another good yield in 2005 could hold the cotton market down for the foreseeable future.
Aspen is rich with alkali-labile substances, such as hemicelluloses, that make it highly susceptible to yield loss in alkaline pulping.
In such cases the molar extinction and quantum yield of the fluorophore is the same for the analyte and the reference material and the fluorescence radiance from both is proportional to the relative number of fluorophores.
Looking at the yield curve benefit first, the average spread between the three-month Treasury bill and two-year Treasury note (weekly) for the 10 years ending December 1999 has been 81 basis points.
In many of the world's breadbaskets, however, increases in the yield of the three primary grains have slowed or even reached a plateau, Observes Lester R.
After a year in which high yield bond mutual funds outperformed both stocks and government bond mutual funds, Neel is still bullish on the high yield bond market.
Beyond that, take care to sidestep some common pitfalls of bond investing: Don't fall in love with yield, don't neglect an investment's long-term consequences, and don't be afraid to restructure your portfolio should economic circumstances change.
5%, investors with maturing bonds or other yield vehicles are beginning to examine yield stocks.
Congress "split the baby" heavily in favor of debt in that (1) the applicable obligation remains a debt instrument for all purposes of the Code, and (2) the portion of the yield that is deemed to be a dividend is treated as such only for purposes of the DRD.
SpencerLab now certifies testing compliance with these standards, as well as with the monochrome toner cartridge yield standard, ISO/IEC 19752.
However, Argentinean growers seem to be making more use of GPS and yield mapping.