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Translation of "yield" - English-Spanish dictionary

yield

verb   /jiːld/
to make or provide something producir, dar to yield a profit
yield to something
to be forced to do something ceder ante las demandas, la presión, etc. He refused to yield to their demands.
noun   /jiːld/
the amount of something that is produced producción, cosecha
(Definition of yield from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

yield

verb /jiːld/
to give up; to surrender ceder He yielded to the other man’s arguments He yielded all his possessions to the state.
to give way to force or pressure ceder At last the door yielded.
to produce naturally, grow etc producir How much milk does that herd of cattle yield?
(Definition of yield from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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