Definitions of "yield"
  1. The return generated or interest earned from an expense or investment
  2. The act of giving priority or preference to someone who has a superior right or claim
  3. The act of surrendering the right to speak at a legislative meeting
  4. The amount of agricultural goods produced, often referred to per acre of crop
  5. The earnings or return from a financial investment, commonly expressed as a percentage of the original cost
How to use "yield" in a sentence
  1. The new investment strategy increased the yield from the stocks.
  2. After intense debate, the senator decided to yield the floor to her colleague.
  3. The farm's yield was particularly high this year, pausing concerns over food supply.

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