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yield

US [jild]
UK [jiːld]
  • n.产量;产出;利润
  • v.屈服;让步;放弃;提供
  • Web收益;收益率;出产
Simple Present:yields  Present Participle:yielding  Past Tense:yielded  
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v.
1.
[t]
~ sth
出产(作物);产生(收益、效益等);提供to produce or provide sth, for example a profit, result or crop
Higher-rate deposit accounts yield good returns.
高利率的存款会产生丰厚的收益。
The research has yielded useful information.
这项研究提供了有用的资料。
trees that no longer yield fruit
不再结果实的树
2.
[i]
屈服;让步to stop resisting sth/sb; to agree to do sth that you do not want to do
After a long siege, the town was forced to yield.
经过长时间的包围,这座孤城被迫投降。
He reluctantly yielded to their demands.
他不情愿地同意了他们的要求。
I yielded to temptation and had a chocolate bar.
我经不住诱惑,吃了一大块巧克力。
3.
[t]
~ sth/sb (up) (to sb)
放弃;缴出to allow sb to win, have or take control of sth that has been yours until now
He refused to yield up his gun.
他拒绝缴枪。
The universe is slowly yielding up its secrets.
宇宙慢慢地展现出它的秘密。
4.
[i]
(受压)活动,变形,弯曲,折断to move, bend or break because of pressure
Despite our attempts to break it, the lock would not yield.
这把锁我们砸也砸不开。
5.
[i]
~ (to sb/sth)
给(大路上的车辆)让路to allow vehicles on a bigger road to go first
Yield to oncoming traffic.
会车让行。
a yield sign
让行标志
n.
1.
[c][u]
产量;产出;利润the total amount of crops, profits, etc. that are produced
a high crop yield
作物丰收
a reduction in milk yield
牛奶产量的降低
This will give a yield of 10% on your investment.
这会给你的投资带来 10% 的利润。

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