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Synonyms for yield
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  1. yieldverb

    Synonyms:
    produce, return, fruits, crop, harvest, surrender, give way, supply, give up, capitulate, submit, succumb, cede, relent, bear, defer

  2. yieldverb

    To pay, give in payment; repay, recompense; reward; requite.

    Synonyms:
    cede, bear, give up, submit, supply, relent, succumb, produce, capitulate, crop, harvest, return, fruits, defer, surrender, give way

  3. yieldverb

    A product; the quantity of something produced

    Zucchini plants always seem to produce a high yield of fruit.

    Synonyms:
    give way, supply, give up, relent, capitulate, produce, bear, defer, surrender, cede, succumb, submit, fruits, return, harvest, crop

  4. yieldverb

    To give as required; to surrender, relinquish or capitulate.

    They refuse to yield to the enemy.

    Synonyms:
    bear, succumb, relent, defer, capitulate, submit, give up, surrender, produce, give way, cede, supply

  5. yieldverb

    To give way; to succumb to a force.

    Synonyms:
    give up, cede, give way, defer, submit, succumb, supply, produce, bear, capitulate, relent, surrender

  6. yieldverb

    To produce as return, as from an investment.

    Historically, that security yields a high return.

    Synonyms:
    give way, bear, succumb, relent, produce, capitulate, give up, surrender, cede, submit, supply, defer

  7. yieldverb

    The current return as a percentage of the price of a stock or bond.

    Synonyms:
    submit, give up, relent, capitulate, surrender, produce, bear, give way, cede, supply, defer, succumb

  8. yieldverb

    To produce as a result.

    Completing the mathematics correctly yields a result of five.

    Synonyms:
    cede, succumb, produce, capitulate, supply, surrender, give up, relent, give way, bear, defer, submit

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. yield

    We allow that which we do not attempt to hinder; we permit that to which we give some express authorization. When this is given verbally it is called permission; when in writing it is commonly called a permit. There are establishments that any one will be allowed to visit without challenge or hindrance; there are others that no one is allowed to visit without a permit from the manager; there are others to which visitors are admitted at specified times, without a formal permit. We allow a child's innocent intrusion; we concede a right; grant a request; consent to a sale of property; permit an inspection of accounts; sanction a marriage; tolerate the rudeness of a well-meaning servant; submit to a surgical operation; yield to a demand or necessity against our wish or will, or yield something under compulsion; as, the sheriff yielded the keys at the muzzle of a revolver, and allowed the mob to enter. Suffer, in the sense of mild concession, is now becoming rare, its place being taken by allow, permit, or tolerate. Compare PERMISSION.

    See also synonyms for PROHIBIT.

    Synonyms:
    admit, allow, concede, consent to, grant, let, permit, sanction, suffer, tolerate

    Antonyms:
    deny, disallow, disapprove, forbid, protest, refuse, reject, resist, withstand

    Preposition:
    To allow of (in best recent usage, simply to allow) such an action; allow one in such a course; allow for spending-money.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. output, yieldnoun

    production of a certain amount

    Synonyms:
    output signal, take, output, proceeds, outturn, takings, payoff, fruit, return, turnout, production, issue, end product

    Antonyms:
    remain firm, stand

  2. return, issue, take, takings, proceeds, yield, payoffnoun

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

    "the average return was about 5%"

    Synonyms:
    topic, progeny, subject, output, exit, issuing, counter, rejoinder, income tax return, wages, military issue, takings, reward, payoff, regaining, final payment, take, publication, egress, government issue, event, upshot, return, comeback, restitution, retort, offspring, riposte, tax return, outlet, reappearance, result, recurrence, return key, coming back, replication, number, outcome, bribe, getting even, emergence, effect, way out, restoration, issue, production, paying back, proceeds, fruit, consequence, matter, homecoming, issuance

    Antonyms:
    remain firm, stand

  3. yield, fruitnoun

    an amount of a product

    Synonyms:
    issue, take, return, output, proceeds, payoff, fruit, takings, production

    Antonyms:
    stand, remain firm

  4. output, yield, productionverb

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

    "production was up in the second quarter"

    Synonyms:
    output signal, take, output, proceeds, outturn, takings, payoff, fruit, return, turnout, product, production, issue, end product

    Antonyms:
    stand, remain firm

  5. yield, give, affordverb

    be the cause or source of

    "He gave me a lot of trouble"; "Our meeting afforded much interesting information"

    Synonyms:
    commit, chip in, dedicate, succumb, cave in, relent, impart, pass, pass on, move over, return, establish, reach, concede, have, give in, fall in, make, give, collapse, throw, gift, kick in, feed, break, ease up, apply, cede, grant, knuckle under, founder, devote, hold, buckle under, render, soften, present, sacrifice, open, turn over, leave, give way, consecrate, generate, contribute, afford, pay, hand, bear

    Antonyms:
    remain firm, stand

  6. give way, yieldverb

    end resistance, as under pressure or force

    "The door yielded to repeated blows with a battering ram"

    Synonyms:
    go, conk out, ease up, grant, give way, succumb, bear, cede, pay, give, soften, break down, cave in, afford, knuckle under, founder, render, concede, break, relent, move over, generate, return, die, buckle under, fall in, fail, give in, give out, collapse, go bad

    Antonyms:
    remain firm, stand

  7. render, yield, return, give, generateverb

    give or supply

    "The cow brings in 5 liters of milk"; "This year's crop yielded 1,000 bushels of corn"; "The estate renders some revenue for the family"

    Synonyms:
    consecrate, knuckle under, give way, interpret, riposte, devote, chip in, cede, have, afford, collapse, hold, recall, buckle under, supply, try, turn over, ease up, sire, concede, founder, engender, open, hand, gift, render, move over, feed, pay, pass on, picture, soften, deliver, return, bring forth, grant, establish, regress, reelect, contribute, come back, fork up, fork over, hand over, retrovert, give, mother, father, furnish, apply, present, show, make, beget, repay, impart, rejoin, get, devolve, generate, bring back, refund, reach, hark back, relent, retort, submit, depict, fork out, throw, fall in, succumb, dedicate, cave in, give in, bear, turn in, fall, pass, turn back, provide, take back, break, revert, translate, leave, commit, sacrifice, kick in, give back

    Antonyms:
    remain firm, stand

  8. concede, yield, cede, grantverb

    give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another

    Synonyms:
    ease up, grant, give way, pay, deliver, bear, surrender, return, allow, confess, allot, afford, knuckle under, give in, concede, succumb, soften, give, give up, move over, deed over, generate, cede, buckle under, profess, award, render, relent, accord

    Antonyms:
    remain firm, stand

  9. yield, relent, softenverb

    give in, as to influence or pressure

    Synonyms:
    mince, render, ease up, grant, give way, pay, moderate, cushion, relent, give, buffer, weaken, afford, knuckle under, give in, cede, concede, succumb, soften, move over, generate, return, dampen, buckle under, damp, bear, break

    Antonyms:
    stand, remain firm

  10. move over, give way, give, ease up, yieldverb

    move in order to make room for someone for something

    "The park gave way to a supermarket"; "`Move over,' he told the crowd"

    Synonyms:
    hand, commit, chip in, dedicate, succumb, cave in, collapse, impart, flag, concede, pass on, move over, return, establish, knuckle under, fail, hold, reach, go bad, have, give in, make, give, throw, gift, kick in, conk out, feed, break, slacken off, break down, apply, relent, give out, grant, go, founder, devote, fall in, pass, render, buckle under, cede, soften, present, die, sacrifice, open, turn over, leave, give way, consecrate, generate, contribute, ease off, afford, let up, pay, ease up, bear

    Antonyms:
    remain firm, stand

  11. give, yieldverb

    cause to happen or be responsible for

    "His two singles gave the team the victory"

    Synonyms:
    commit, chip in, dedicate, succumb, cave in, collapse, impart, concede, pass on, move over, return, establish, knuckle under, reach, present, have, give in, fall in, make, pay, throw, gift, kick in, feed, break, ease up, apply, relent, give, grant, open, founder, devote, hold, pass, render, buckle under, cede, soften, sacrifice, turn over, leave, give way, consecrate, generate, contribute, afford, hand, bear

    Antonyms:
    remain firm, stand

  12. concede, yield, grantverb

    be willing to concede

    "I grant you this much"

    Synonyms:
    ease up, grant, give way, pay, bear, return, allow, confess, allot, afford, knuckle under, give in, concede, succumb, soften, give, move over, deed over, generate, cede, buckle under, profess, award, render, relent, accord

    Antonyms:
    remain firm, stand

  13. succumb, yieldverb

    be fatally overwhelmed

    Synonyms:
    ease up, grant, give way, pay, bear, relent, give, buckle under, afford, knuckle under, give in, concede, succumb, soften, move over, generate, cede, return, render

    Antonyms:
    remain firm, stand

  14. yield, pay, bearverb

    bring in

    "interest-bearing accounts"; "How much does this savings certificate pay annually?"

    Synonyms:
    digest, abide, succumb, comport, tolerate, deliver, pay, make up, compensate, behave, move over, return, endure, hold, put up, concede, have, expect, give in, deport, give way, assume, give, stick out, take over, ante up, pay up, ease up, carry, cede, grant, knuckle under, support, devote, birth, relent, buckle under, render, have a bun in the oven, soften, acquit, brook, turn out, conduct, suffer, contain, stand, gestate, stomach, generate, accept, afford, pay off, give birth, wear, bear

    Antonyms:
    stand, remain firm

  15. give, yieldverb

    be flexible under stress of physical force

    "This material doesn't give"

    Synonyms:
    commit, chip in, dedicate, succumb, cave in, collapse, impart, concede, pass on, move over, return, establish, knuckle under, reach, present, have, give in, fall in, make, pay, throw, gift, kick in, feed, break, ease up, apply, relent, give, grant, open, founder, devote, hold, pass, render, buckle under, cede, soften, sacrifice, turn over, leave, give way, consecrate, generate, contribute, afford, hand, bear

    Antonyms:
    remain firm, stand

  16. yieldverb

    cease opposition; stop fighting

    Synonyms:
    render, ease up, grant, give way, pay, relent, give, afford, knuckle under, give in, cede, concede, succumb, soften, move over, generate, return, buckle under, bear

    Antonyms:
    stand, remain firm

  17. yield, give in, succumb, knuckle under, buckle underverb

    consent reluctantly

    Synonyms:
    defer, render, ease up, grant, give way, pay, accede, relent, give, afford, knuckle under, give in, cede, concede, succumb, soften, move over, generate, return, buckle under, bow, bear, submit

    Antonyms:
    stand, remain firm

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. yieldverb

    Synonyms:
    produce, bear, furnish, supply, afford, impart, render, bestow, confer, communicate

  2. yieldverb

    Synonyms:
    permit, grant, allow, giro, accord, concede

  3. yieldverb

    Synonyms:
    relinquish, surrender, abandon, cede, resign, abdicate, forego, waive, deliver up, give up, part with, make over, let go

  4. yieldverb

    Synonyms:
    submit, surrender, succumb, give in, give up, knock under, resign one's self

  5. yieldverb

    Synonyms:
    bend, relax, bow, be pliant

  6. yieldverb

    Synonyms:
    assent, comply, acquiesce, give consent

  7. yieldverb

    Synonyms:
    give place, give way

  8. yieldnoun

    Synonyms:
    product, crop

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. yieldnoun

    Synonyms:
    product, crop, harvest

  2. yieldverb

    Synonyms:
    produce, pay, return, submit, surrender, succumb, give up, capitulate, resign, relinquish, cede, forego, waive, concede, admit, grant, allow

    Antonyms:
    resist, retain, withhold, refuse, withstand

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How to use yield in a sentence?

  1. Tapas Strickland:

    We have re-run our preferred yield curve recession models, which now suggest a 30-35 percent chance of a U.S. recession occurring over the next 10-18 months.

  2. Morgan Stanley:

    Yield differentials and a weaker euro are likely to keep the reverse Yankee theme alive for longer.

  3. Jeff Galloway:

    The market has definitely turned, we've had around 14 up days, equities are off their lows, and there have been inflows into high-yield. That has really created a much better environment for high-yield and the primary market is heating back up again.

  4. Henry David Thoreau:

    A man is wise with the wisdom of his time only, and ignorant with its ignorance. Observe how the greatest minds yield in some degree to the superstitions of their age.

  5. Geoffrey Pazzanese:

    The search for yield is on.

Images & Illustrations of yield

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Translations for yield

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  • عادَ ( عليه ) بِـ, طائِل, رِبْح, عائِدَة, رَيْع, غَلَّة, إِفَادَة, مَدْخُول, إِنْتاج, مَصْلَحَة, مُتَحَصِّل, إِيراد, مُغَلّ, أَجْزَأَ, جَدْوَى, مَنْتُوج, جَنًى, مَنْفَعَة, أَغَلَّ, أَكْسَبَ, نِتَاج, دَرَّ, حَصِيدَة, خَرْج, صُلُوح, خَيْر, دَخْل, عائِد, صَلَاح, فائِدَة, إِفَادَةٌ مِنْ, مُسْتَغَلّ, كَسْب, مُحَصَّلَة, اِسْتِفَادَة, مُنْتَج, مَحْصُول, نَتِيجَة, جَدَاء, مُنْتَجات, أَجْزَى, نَفْع, أَدَرَّ, حاصِل, ناتِج, أَمَّنَ, حَقَّقَ, حَصَد, رَجَعَ بِـ, حَصِيلَة, حَمْل, سَحَبَ, يخArabic
  • cedirCatalan, Valencian
  • podřídit se, vynést, výnos, úroda, dát přednost, přinést výsledkyCzech
  • Platz machen, aufgeben, (Ertrag) [[abwerfen]], Ertrag, Ausbeute, gewähren, Vorfahrt gewähren, vorbeilassen, ergebenGerman
  • ceder el paso, ceder, rendimiento, arrojarSpanish
  • väistää, myöntää, tuottaa, taipua, [[antaa]] [[tietä]], satoFinnish
  • se rendre, céder, rapporter, retourner, laisser passer, capituler, rendementFrench
  • géill slíIrish
  • toradhScottish Gaelic
  • menghasilkanIndonesian
  • cedere, dare la precedenza, arrendersi, arrendere, raccolto, produrre, restituire, produzioneItalian
  • תשואהHebrew
  • 収穫, 利益, 譲る, もたらすJapanese
  • fructusLatin
  • zwichten, voortbrengenDutch
  • yte, multiplisere, svikte, gi etter, resultere iNorwegian
  • plon, wydajność, produkcjaPolish
  • rendimento, sucumbir, resultar, produção, safra, cederPortuguese
  • închinaRomanian
  • выход, возвращать, отдавать, [[приводить]] [[к]], производить, результироваться, выработка, урожай, продукция, уступать, сдаваться, даватьRussian
  • urodSerbo-Croatian
  • utbyte, ge vika, geSwedish
  • மகசூல்Tamil
  • దిగుబడి, రాబడిTelugu
  • rekolte, kâr, sağlamak, hâsılât, kazanç, ürün, yol vermek, ürün vermekTurkish
  • 产量Chinese

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