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yielding

noun

1 yielding

A verbal act of admitting defeat.

synonyms: giving up, surrender.

Roget 725: submission, yielding; nonresistance; obedience etc. 743.    surrender, cession, capitulation, resignation; backdown.    obeisance, homage, kneeling, ... show more

Polish: ulegnięcie



2 yielding

The act of conceding or yielding.

synonyms: conceding, concession.

Dutch: gedwee, inschikkelijk, meegaand, toegevend
Polish: koncesja, ustępstwo

adjective

1 yielding

Inclined to yield to argument or influence or control.

Roget 324: soft, tender, supple; pliant, pliable; flexible, flexile; lithe, lithesome; lissom, limber, plastic; ductile; tractile, ... show more

Roget 705: easy, facile; feasible etc. (practicable) 470; easily managed, easily accomplished; within reach, accessible, easy of access, for the million, open to.    manageable, ... show more

2 yielding

Lacking stiffness and giving way to pressure.

3 yielding

Tending to give in or surrender or agree.

Polish: spolegliwy


Moby thesaurus: abandonment, abatement of differences, abdication, abjuration, abjurement, acceptance, accommodating, accommodation, acquiescence, acquiescent, adaptable, adjustment, agreeable, amenable, arrangement, assent, bargain, bearing, bendable, bending ... show more.

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yield

noun

1 yield

Production of a certain amount.

synonym: output.

Polish: produkcja, przerób

2 yield

The income or profit arising from such transactions as the sale of land or other property.

synonyms: issue, payoff, proceeds, return, take, takings.

Dutch: opbrengst, emissie
Polish: utarg

3 yield

An amount of a product.

synonym: fruit.

4 yield

The quantity of something (as a commodity) that is created (usually within a given period of time).

synonyms: output, production.

Dutch: opbrengen, opleveren, produceren, uitvoer

verb

1 yield

Be the cause or source of.

synonyms: afford, give.

Roget 810: receive etc. 785; take money; draw from, derive from; acquire etc. 775; take etc. 789.    bring in, ... show more

Roget 812: bear a price, set a price, fix a price; appraise, assess, doom [U.S.], price, charge, demand, ask, require, exact, run up; ... show more

2 yield

End resistance, as under pressure or force:
— The door yielded to repeated blows with a battering ram.

synonym: give way.

Dutch: toegeven

3 yield

Give or supply:
— This year's crop yielded 1,000 bushels of corn.

synonyms: generate, give, render, return.

4 yield

Give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another.

synonyms: cede, concede, grant.

Roget 784: deliver, hand, pass, put into the hands of; hand over, make over, deliver over, pass over, turn over; assign dower.    present, give away, dispense, dispose of; ... show more

Roget 782: relinquish, give up, surrender, yield, cede; let go, let slip; spare, drop, resign, forego, renounce, abandon, expropriate, ... show more

Roget 762: consent; assent etc. 488; yield assent, admit, allow, concede, grant, yield; come round, come over; give into, acknowledge, ... show more

Dutch: aftreden

5 yield

Give in, as to influence or pressure.

synonyms: relent, soften.

Roget 324: render soft etc. adj.; soften, mollify, mellow, relax, temper; mash, knead, squash.    bend, yield, relent, ... show more

Dutch: oplossen, verslappen, verzachten

6 yield

Move in order to make room for someone for something.

synonyms: ease up, give, give way, move over.

7 yield

Cause to happen or be responsible for.

synonym: give.

8 yield

Be willing to concede.

synonyms: concede, grant.

Dutch: toegeven

9 yield

Be fatally overwhelmed.

synonym: succumb.

Dutch: bezwijken

10 yield

Bring in.

synonyms: bear, pay.

Dutch: betalen, verdienen

11 yield

Be flexible under stress of physical force.

synonym: give.

12 yield

Cease opposition; stop fighting.

13 yield

Consent reluctantly.

synonyms: buckle under, give in, knuckle under, succumb.

Dutch: bezwijken, capituleren, cederen, overgeven, platgaan, zwichten


Moby thesaurus: abandon, abdicate, abjure, accede, accept, accommodate, accommodate with, accord, acknowledge, acknowledge defeat, adapt, adapt to, adjust, adjust to, administer, admit, afford, aftermath, agree, agree provisionally ... show more.

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