Englisch

Detailed Synonyms for yield in Englisch

yield:

yield [the ~] Nomen

  1. the yield
    the profit; the yield; the benefit; the return; the output; the gain
  2. the yield
    the profit; the benefit; the advantage; the gain; the earnings; the yield; the winning; the output; the economy; the return; the victory; the take
  3. the yield
    the earning capacity; the return; the yield
  4. the yield
    the harvest; the yield; the output
  5. the yield
    – production of a certain amount 1
    the yield; the output
    – production of a certain amount 1
  6. the yield
    – an amount of a product 1
    the yield; the fruit
    – an amount of a product 1
  7. the yield
    – the income or profit arising from such transactions as the sale of land or other property 1
    the issue; the yield; the take; the return; the takings; the payoff; the proceeds
    – the income or profit arising from such transactions as the sale of land or other property 1
  8. the yield
    – the quantity of something (as a commodity) that is created (usually within a given period of time) 1
    the yield; the output; the production
    – the quantity of something (as a commodity) that is created (usually within a given period of time) 1
    • yield [the ~] Nomen
    • output [the ~] Nomen
    • production [the ~] Nomen
      • production was up in the second quarter1

to yield Verb (yields, yielded, yielding)

  1. to yield
    to cede; to yield
    • cede Verb (cedes, ceded, ceding)
    • yield Verb (yields, yielded, yielding)
  2. to yield
    to concede; to agree with; to grant; to allow; to yield; to permit; to give in
    • concede Verb (concedes, conceded, conceding)
    • agree with Verb (agrees with, agreed with, agreeing with)
    • grant Verb (grants, granted, granting)
    • allow Verb (allows, allowed, allowing)
    • yield Verb (yields, yielded, yielding)
    • permit Verb (permits, permitted, permitting)
    • give in Verb (gives in, gave in, giving in)
  3. to yield
    – end resistance, as under pressure or force 1
    to yield; to give way
    – end resistance, as under pressure or force 1
    • yield Verb (yields, yielded, yielding)
      • The door yielded to repeated blows with a battering ram1
    • give way Verb (gives way, gave way, giving way)
  4. to yield
    – consent reluctantly 1
    to yield; to succumb; to give in; knuckle under; buckle under
    – consent reluctantly 1
  5. to yield
    – be willing to concede 1
    to yield; to grant; to concede
    – be willing to concede 1
    • yield Verb (yields, yielded, yielding)
    • grant Verb (grants, granted, granting)
      • I grant you this much1
    • concede Verb (concedes, conceded, conceding)
  6. to yield
    – cease opposition; stop fighting 1
    to yield
    – cease opposition; stop fighting 1
    • yield Verb (yields, yielded, yielding)
  7. to yield
    – be flexible under stress of physical force 1
    to yield; to give
    – be flexible under stress of physical force 1
    • yield Verb (yields, yielded, yielding)
    • give Verb (gives, gave, giving)
      • This material doesn't give1
  8. to yield
    – give or supply 1
    to yield; to render; to generate; to return; to give
    – give or supply 1
    • yield Verb (yields, yielded, yielding)
      • This year's crop yielded 1,000 bushels of corn1
    • render Verb (renders, rendered, rendering)
      • The estate renders some revenue for the family1
    • generate Verb (generates, generated, generating)
    • return Verb (returns, returned, returning)
    • give Verb (gives, gave, giving)
  9. to yield
    – cause to happen or be responsible for 1
    to yield; to give
    – cause to happen or be responsible for 1
    • yield Verb (yields, yielded, yielding)
    • give Verb (gives, gave, giving)
      • His two singles gave the team the victory1
  10. to yield
    – move in order to make room for someone for something 1
    to yield; to give; to give way; to move over; ease up
    – move in order to make room for someone for something 1
    • yield Verb (yields, yielded, yielding)
    • give Verb (gives, gave, giving)
      • The park gave way to a supermarket1
    • give way Verb (gives way, gave way, giving way)
    • move over Verb (moves over, moved over, moving over)
    • ease up Verb
  11. to yield
    – bring in 1
    to yield; to bear; to pay
    – bring in 1
    • yield Verb (yields, yielded, yielding)
    • bear Verb (bears, bearing)
      • interest-bearing accounts1
    • pay Verb (pays, paid, paying)
      • How much does this savings certificate pay annually?1
  12. to yield
    – give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another 1
    to yield; to grant; to concede; to cede
    – give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another 1
    • yield Verb (yields, yielded, yielding)
    • grant Verb (grants, granted, granting)
    • concede Verb (concedes, conceded, conceding)
    • cede Verb (cedes, ceded, ceding)
  13. to yield
    – be the cause or source of 1
    to yield; to give; afford
    – be the cause or source of 1
    • yield Verb (yields, yielded, yielding)
    • give Verb (gives, gave, giving)
      • He gave me a lot of trouble1
    • afford Verb
      • Our meeting afforded much interesting information1
  14. to yield
    – be fatally overwhelmed 1
    to yield; to succumb
    – be fatally overwhelmed 1
    • yield Verb (yields, yielded, yielding)
    • succumb Verb (succumbs, succumbed, succumbing)
  15. to yield
    – give in, as to influence or pressure 1
    to yield; to soften; relent
    – give in, as to influence or pressure 1
    • yield Verb (yields, yielded, yielding)
    • soften Verb (softens, softened, softening)
    • relent Verb

Konjugationen für yield:

present
  1. yield
  2. yield
  3. yields
  4. yield
  5. yield
  6. yield
simple past
  1. yielded
  2. yielded
  3. yielded
  4. yielded
  5. yielded
  6. yielded
present perfect
  1. have yielded
  2. have yielded
  3. has yielded
  4. have yielded
  5. have yielded
  6. have yielded
past continuous
  1. was yielding
  2. were yielding
  3. was yielding
  4. were yielding
  5. were yielding
  6. were yielding
future
  1. shall yield
  2. will yield
  3. will yield
  4. shall yield
  5. will yield
  6. will yield
continuous present
  1. am yielding
  2. are yielding
  3. is yielding
  4. are yielding
  5. are yielding
  6. are yielding
subjunctive
  1. be yielded
  2. be yielded
  3. be yielded
  4. be yielded
  5. be yielded
  6. be yielded
diverse
  1. yield!
  2. let's yield!
  3. yielded
  4. yielding
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

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Verwandte Definitionen für "yield":

  1. production of a certain amount1
  2. an amount of a product1
  3. the income or profit arising from such transactions as the sale of land or other property1
  4. the quantity of something (as a commodity) that is created (usually within a given period of time)1
  5. end resistance, as under pressure or force1
    • The door yielded to repeated blows with a battering ram1
  6. consent reluctantly1
  7. be willing to concede1
  8. cease opposition; stop fighting1
  9. be flexible under stress of physical force1
  10. give or supply1
    • This year's crop yielded 1,000 bushels of corn1
  11. cause to happen or be responsible for1
  12. move in order to make room for someone for something1
  13. bring in1
  14. give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another1
  15. be the cause or source of1
  16. be fatally overwhelmed1
  17. give in, as to influence or pressure1

Related Synonyms for yield