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yield /ji:ld/
  • danh từ
    • sản lượng, hoa lợi (thửa ruộng); hiệu suất (máy...)
      • in full yield: có hiệu suất cao; đang sinh lợi nhiều
    • (tài chính) lợi nhuận, lợi tức
    • (kỹ thuật) sự cong, sự oằn
    • ngoại động từ
      • (nông nghiệp) sản xuất, sản ra, mang lại
        • a tree yields fruit: cây sinh ra quả
        • this land yields good crops: miếng đất này mang lại thu hoạch tốt
      • (tài chính) sinh lợi
        • to yield 10%: sinh lợi 10 qịu nhường lại cho, nhượng lại cho
        • to yield precedence to: nhường bước cho
        • to yield submission: chịu khuất phục
        • to yield consent: bằng lòng
      • chịu thua, chịu nhường
        • to yield a point in a debate: chịu thua một điểm trong một cuộc tranh luận
      • (quân sự) giao, chuyển giao
      • nội động từ
        • (nông nghiệp); (tài chính) sinh lợi
        • đầu hàng, quy phục, hàng phục, khuất phục
          • to be determined never to yield: cương quyết không đầu hàng
          • to yield to force: khuất phục trước sức mạnh
        • chịu thua, chịu lép, nhường
          • to yield to none: chẳng nhường ai, không chịu thua ai
        • cong, oằn
          • to yield under a weight: cong (oằn) dưới sức nặng
        • to yield up
          • bỏ
        • to yield oneself up to: dấn thân vào
        • to yield up the ghost
          • chết
      Concise Dictionary
      yields|yielded|yieldingjɪːld
      noun
      +production of a certain amount
      +an amount of a product
      +the income or profit arising from such transactions as the sale of land or other property
      +the quantity of something (as a commodity) that is created (usually within a given period of time)
      verb
      +be the cause or source of
      +end resistance, as under pressure or force
      +give or supply
      +give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another
      +give in, as to influence or pressure
      +move in order to make room for someone for something
      +cause to happen or be responsible for
      +be willing to concede
      +be fatally overwhelmed
      +bring in
      +be flexible under stress of physical force
      +cease opposition; stop fighting
      +consent reluctantly

      Thesaurus Dictionary
      v.
      1 surrender, give up (the fight or struggle), give in, knuckle under, submit, cede, cry quits, throw in the towel or the sponge, capitulate, succumb, raise the white flag:
      The captain of the enemy company asked if we would yield.
      2 give up, surrender, give over, hand in or over, abandon, relinquish, renounce, cede:
      We agreed to yield our arms to the enemy.
      3 agree, consent, comply, concede, relent, assent, give way, accede, concur:
      He did his best to persuade me, and I finally yielded.
      4 earn, return, pay, bring in, supply, generate, produce, net:
      She has investments that yield more than 15% a year.
      n.
      5 return, production, output, revenue, takings, gate, earnings, income, proceeds, profit, gain:
      The yield from that operation is not even enough to pay the rent.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      verb, noun
      + verb
      1 [VN] to produce or provide sth, for example a profit, result or crop: Higher-rate deposit accounts yield good returns. + The research has yielded useful information. + trees that no longer yield fruit
      2 [V] ~ (to sth/sb) to stop resisting sth/sb; to agree to do sth that you do not want to do: After a long siege, the town was forced to yield. + He reluctantly yielded to their demands. + I yielded to temptation and had a chocolate bar.
      3 [VN] ~ sth/sb (up) (to sb) (formal) to allow sb to win, have or take control of sth that has been yours until now: He refused to yield up his gun. + (figurative) The universe is slowly yielding up its secrets.
      4 [V] to move, bend or break because of pressure: Despite our attempts to break it, the lock would not yield.
      5 [V] ~ (to sb/sth) (AmE, IrishE) to allow vehicles on a bigger road to go first
      Synonym: GIVE WAY
      Yield to oncoming traffic. + a yield sign
      Phrasal Verbs: yield to sth (formal) to be replaced by sth: Barges yielded to road vehicles for transporting goods.
      + noun [C, U] the total amount of crops, profits, etc. that are produced: a high crop yield + a reduction in milk yield + This will give a yield of 10% on your investment.
      Collocation Dictionary
      noun

      ADJ.

      good, high
      This method of cultivation produces higher yield.
      | low, poor
      Yields are quite poor this year.

      VERB + YIELD

      produce



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