yield

yield
ji:ld
1. verb
1) (to give up; to surrender: He yielded to the other man's arguments; He yielded all his possessions to the state.) ceder
2) (to give way to force or pressure: At last the door yielded.) ceder
3) (to produce naturally, grow etc: How much milk does that herd of cattle yield?) producir

2. noun
(the amount produced by natural means: the annual yield of wheat.) cosecha, rendimiento
yield
tr[jiːld]
noun
1 (harvest) cosecha
2 SMALLFINANCE/SMALL (return) rendimiento, rédito
transitive verb
1 (produce) producir, dar
this new variety yields more fruit esta nueva variedad da más fruto
2 (give, hand over) entregar
3 SMALLFINANCE/SMALL rendir
these bonds yield 5% per year estos bonos rinden 5% al año
intransitive verb
1 (surrender) rendirse (to, ante), ceder (to, a)
the Prime Minister yielded to public pressure el primer ministro cedió a la presión pública
2 (break) ceder
he pushed with all his might, but the door would not yield empujó con todas sus fuerzas, pero la puerta no cedió
3 SMALLAMERICAN ENGLISH/SMALL ceder el paso
yield ['ji:ld] vt
1) surrender: ceder
to yield the right of way: ceder el paso
2) produce: producir, dar, rendir (en finanzas)
yield vi
1) give: ceder
to yield under pressure: ceder por la presión
2) give in, surrender: ceder, rendirse, entregarse
yield n
: rendimiento m, rédito m (en finanzas)
yield
v.
amainar v.
avasallar v.
blandear v.
ceder v.
consentirse v.
dar v.
(§pres: doy, das...) subj: dé-
pret: di-•)
deferir v.
doblegar v.
plegar v.
producir v.
(§pres: produzco, produces...) pret: produj-•)
redituar v.
rendir v.
rentar v.
sobreseer v.
n.
beneficio s.m.
cosecha s.f.
producción s.f.
rendición s.f.
rendimiento s.m.
rédito s.m.

I
1. jiːld
transitive verb
1) (surrender) \<\<position/territory\>\> ceder

to yield one's right of way — (AmE Transp) ceder el paso

to yield something TO somebody — cederle algo a alguien

2) \<\<crop/fruit/mineral/oil\>\> producir*; \<\<results\>\> dar*, arrojar

these bonds yield 9.2% — estos bonos rinden or dan un (interés del) 9,2%

the inquiry yielded no new evidence — la investigación no aportó nuevas pruebas


2.
vi
1)
a) (give way) ceder

she yielded to their threats — cedió a or ante sus amenazas

b) (give priority)

to yield TO something/somebody — dar* prioridad a algo/alguien

yield — (AmE) ceda el paso

2) \<\<ground/ice\>\> ceder
Phrasal Verbs:

II
mass & count noun rendimiento m

to give a good/poor yield — dar* un buen/mal rendimiento, producir* or rendir* mucho/poco

[jiːld]
1.
N (from crop, mine, investment) rendimiento m

yield per hectare — el rendimiento por hectárea

high-yield bonds — bonos mpl de alto rendimiento

this year, grain yields have trebled — este año la producción de cereales se ha triplicado

how to improve milk yields — cómo mejorar la producción de leche

2. VT
1) (=produce) [+ crop, minerals, results] producir; [+ interest] rendir, producir; [+ profit, benefits] producir, reportar; [+ opportunity] brindar, ofrecer

the shares yield five per cent — las acciones producen or reportan or rinden un cinco por ciento de beneficios

2) frm (=surrender) [+ territory, power, control] ceder (to a)

to yield the floor to sb — ceder la palabra a algn

to yield ground to sb — (Mil) (also fig) ceder terreno a algn

to yield the right of way to sb — (US) (Aut) ceder el paso a algn

3. VI
1) (Agr) (=produce)

land that yields well/poorly — una tierra que produce mucho/poco

a variety of strawberry that yields well — una variedad de fresa que da mucha producción

2) frm (=surrender) rendirse, ceder

we shall never yield — nunca nos rendiremos, nunca cederemos

to yield to sth — ceder a or ante algo

we will not yield to threats — no vamos a ceder a or ante las amenazas

he refused to yield to temptation — se negó a caer en la tentación, se negó a ceder a or ante la tentación

the disease yielded to treatment — la enfermedad remitió con el tratamiento

3) (=give way) [ice, door, branch] ceder

he felt the floor yield beneath his feet — notó cómo el suelo cedía or hundía bajo sus pies

to yield under pressure — ceder or hundirse ante la presión

4) (US) (Aut) ceder el paso

yield — ceda el paso

* * *

I
1. [jiːld]
transitive verb
1) (surrender) \<\<position/territory\>\> ceder

to yield one's right of way — (AmE Transp) ceder el paso

to yield something TO somebody — cederle algo a alguien

2) \<\<crop/fruit/mineral/oil\>\> producir*; \<\<results\>\> dar*, arrojar

these bonds yield 9.2% — estos bonos rinden or dan un (interés del) 9,2%

the inquiry yielded no new evidence — la investigación no aportó nuevas pruebas


2.
vi
1)
a) (give way) ceder

she yielded to their threats — cedió a or ante sus amenazas

b) (give priority)

to yield TO something/somebody — dar* prioridad a algo/alguien

yield — (AmE) ceda el paso

2) \<\<ground/ice\>\> ceder
Phrasal Verbs:

II
mass & count noun rendimiento m

to give a good/poor yield — dar* un buen/mal rendimiento, producir* or rendir* mucho/poco


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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