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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 periodicals archive ?
Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia were the high yielders.
Interestingly, though C11 (VLS 89) was among the best yielders and as in C17 (PS 1556) and C10 (DS 3102) but it was relatively early (111 days) in maturity than 'C10' ('DS 3102') and 'C17' ('PS 1556') which was having high mean values 116 days and 118 days, respectively i.
within confidence interval for the Quebec low yielders and beyond the confidence interval for K concentrations associated with Quebec TN specimens (Table 2).
Analysts at investment house Bank of America Merrill Lynch recently upgraded the stock citing that the shares are one of highest yielders in the FTSE 100 Index.
Heavy yielders, the plants are proven to thrive in hot summer areas.
Post-parturient paraplegia in high yielders, old as well as young bovines due to poor nutrition improper managemental conditions, uneven space in the farm and forcible parturation due to over sized fetus involving village level laymen producing the condition singly or as a complex.
Australian and New Zealand Dollars Encouraged by Building Rate Speculation With global markets turning around, we are seeing the high yielders build more momentum from their already significant perches.
Roehmeyer's view is that "Lithuania is one of the top yielders in eastern Europe and at the same time has a very low debt to GDP ratio; it's suffering because there's a Baltic problem.
I'm trying to find uses for the various types of squash and pumpkin, as they are good yielders and easy to store.
The wineries here are not huge yielders (sic), but true world class.
Multilocation trials conducted across years are necessary to verify the pattern of locations grouped into megaenvironments and genotypes identified as highest grain yielders for each megaenvironment (Yan et al.
Ten months later, at the end of June 2004, Stevenson found that the lowest PER portfolio and the highest yielders each had three risers and two fullers, achieving gains of l6 per cent and 29 per cent respectively.