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To yield or produce as a result of an investment of money, time or effort
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“Thus, an acre of land would yield a profit of more than a thousand pounds in twenty years.”
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To surrender to arguments, demands, or pressure
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“We will never yield to the pressure of a foreign government seeking to break the sovereignty of our nation.”
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(yield to) To accede to a request or demand
“He would regularly yield to his wife's requests for new designer handbags and shoes.”
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To relinquish possession of
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“The men were asked to yield their arms before entering the building.”
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(of a mass or structure) To physically give way under force or pressure
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“The upper corner of the roof would yield to the strong winds outside.”
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To give (oneself) over to something, especially unrestrainedly
“The delegates, after spending three good days in their deliberations, relax their efforts in the evening and yield themselves to the pleasures of the banquet.”
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To provide, or transfer possession of, something to someone
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To fail, especially in spectacular fashion
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To fall or collapse inward or to the bottom
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To act in a submissive manner
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Conform, give in
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To stop operating
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To cease to proceed or act
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Glow with heat
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To emit or give off, typically gas or light
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To amount in number to
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To give, place or hand back something
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To offer for discussion or debate
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To experience or live through something
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To treat with excessive care, attention or indulgence
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To do something that one regards as below one's dignity or level of importance
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To accept or resign oneself to something (unpleasant)
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Sacrifice
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To exchange or give up something
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(of time or an opportunity) To fail to take advantage of
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Accept the authority, policies, or principles of a particular group, especially unwillingly
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To back out of a deal or agreement due to fear or apprehension
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To prosper or be successful
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To proceed or turn out in a specified or successful way
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Make or become more tender or loving
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To let go off
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Noun
A financial return
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“They are always on the lookout for investments that will generate a significant yield.”
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Something made, achieved or produced through effort
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“Through the use of modern techniques, farmers were able to increase their yield per acre substantially.”
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The yield of grapes or wine from a vineyard or district during one season
“Potel's first yield from the vineyard called Bousse d'Or, the 1964, is one of Burgundy's modern legends.”
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A result or outcome, especially from work or activity
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