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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
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“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
“The upper corner of the roof would yield to the strong winds outside.”
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To relinquish or release (a claim, title etc.
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To fail, especially in spectacular fashion
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To earn through work or effort
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To be capable of supplying
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Do without
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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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Glow with heat
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Withdraw to or from a particular place
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(of gas or heat) To expel or discharge, typically gas or light
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To amount in number to
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To put or send back
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To offer for discussion or debate
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Be subjected to
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To treat with excessive care, attention or indulgence
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Sacrifice
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To exchange or give up something
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Accept the authority, policies, or principles of a particular group, especially unwillingly
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To grow strongly and vigorously
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Make or become less severe
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Do something in such a way as to emphasize that one clearly regards it as below one's dignity or level of importance
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(with reference to a limb or joint) To bend or become bent
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To proceed or turn out in a specified way
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Resign oneself to something
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To lose or be without hope
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Force or be forced to submit
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To let go off
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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
“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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Something made, achieved or produced through effort
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The result or reward of work or activity
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