Yield in spanish


pronunciation: rendimientoʊ part of speech: noun, verb
In gestures

yield1 = producción, rendimiento. 

Example: Priority is awarded to projects with the following aims: oil and gas recovery, drilling, optimum use of natural gas, and maximising the yield by the use of enhanced recovery techniques.


» high yield = alta productividad, alto rendimiento.

Example: The increasing popularity of clover and vetch as forage due to their nutritional, environmental and high-yield benefits are discussed.

» milk yield = producción láctea, producción lechera.

Example: Similarly the Zoologist will not be particularly interested in having with Zoology documents on, say, milk yields for Friesian cows in England and Wales.

yield2 = producir, conseguir, obtener. 

Example: This mixture of approaches is designed to yield maximum retrieval for as many users as possible by combining the different strengths of controlled and natural language indexing.


» yield + despair = producir desesperación, crear desesperación, desesperar.

Example: It is as if failure, having yielded despair, then gave rise to the sheerest optimism.

» yield + results = producir resultados.

Example: Searching for one or more terms within a single field can yield very precise results.

» yield + (the) right of way = ceder el paso.

Example: When an emergency vehicle approaches with its siren on you must yield the right of way as quickly as possible.

» yield to + despair = desesperarse.

Example: Yielding to despair worsens the problem.

yield3 = sucumbir, ceder, doblegarse. 

Example: She actually had an impulse to go and tell the staff to cast off their chains; she did not, however, yield to it.


» yield + ground = ceder terreno.

Example: Libraries of the future will not be paperless, although paper will yield ground to other formats.

» yield to = dar paso a.

Example: Thoughts of this sort kept running about like clockwork mice in his head, while the murmur of chatter filled the room and outside dusk had yielded to black night.

» yield to = rendirse a, sucumbir a.

Example: The library must never yield to demands to abort that policy.

» yield to + a sudden impulse = dejarse llevar por un impulso.

Example: He had not yielded to a sudden impulse, but to a steady and growing pressure from which there had been no means of escape.
Yield synonyms:
bear in spanish: , pronunciation: ber part of speech: verb, noun take in spanish: , pronunciation: teɪk part of speech: verb issue in spanish: , pronunciation: ɪʃu part of speech: noun render in spanish: , pronunciation: rendɜr part of speech: verb give in spanish: , pronunciation: gɪv part of speech: verb pay in spanish: , pronunciation: peɪ part of speech: verb, noun fruit in spanish: , pronunciation: frut part of speech: noun return in spanish: , pronunciation: rɪtɜrn part of speech: noun, verb grant in spanish: , pronunciation: grænt part of speech: noun, verb concede in spanish: , pronunciation: kənsid part of speech: verb afford in spanish: , pronunciation: əfɔrd part of speech: verb succumb in spanish: , pronunciation: səkʌm part of speech: verb cede in spanish: , pronunciation: sid part of speech: verb generate in spanish: , pronunciation: dʒenɜreɪt part of speech: verb output in spanish: , pronunciation: aʊtpʊt part of speech: noun relent in spanish: , pronunciation: rɪlent part of speech: verb proceeds in spanish: , pronunciation: prəsidz part of speech: noun payoff in spanish: , pronunciation: peɪɔf part of speech: noun soften in spanish: , pronunciation: sɑfən part of speech: verb bring about in spanish: , pronunciation: brɪŋəbaʊt part of speech: verb give in in spanish: , pronunciation: gɪvɪn part of speech: verb give way in spanish: , pronunciation: gɪvweɪ part of speech: verb takings in spanish: , pronunciation: teɪkɪŋz part of speech: noun knuckle under in spanish: , pronunciation: nʌkəlʌndɜr part of speech: verb ease up in spanish: , pronunciation: izʌp part of speech: verb move over in spanish: , pronunciation: muvoʊvɜr part of speech: verb buckle under in spanish: , pronunciation: bʌkəlʌndɜr part of speech: verb
Yield antonyms:
stand pronunciation: stænd part of speech: verb, noun survive pronunciation: sɜrvaɪv part of speech: verb come through pronunciation: kʌmθru part of speech: verb make it pronunciation: meɪkɪt part of speech: verb pull through pronunciation: pʊlθru part of speech: verb remain firm pronunciation: rɪmeɪnfɜrm part of speech: verb
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