- vt. & vi. 生产,出产 give a natural product, a result or profit
- vt. & vi. 放弃; 不再反对 give up; cease opposition
- [C] [U] 产量,收益 that which is yielded or produced
production of a certain amount
the income or profit arising from such transactions as the sale of land or other property;
"the average return was about 5%"
an amount of a product
the quantity of something (as a commodity) that is created (usually within a given period of time);
"production was up in the second quarter"
be the cause or source of;
"He gave me a lot of trouble"
"Our meeting afforded much interesting information"
end resistance, as under pressure or force;
"The door yielded to repeated blows with a battering ram"
give or supply;
"The cow brings in 5 liters of milk"
"This year's crop yielded 1,000 bushels of corn"
"The estate renders some revenue for the family"
give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another
give in, as to influence or pressure
move in order to make room for someone for something;
"The park gave way to a supermarket"
"`Move over,' he told the crowd"
cause to happen or be responsible for;
"His two singles gave the team the victory"
be willing to concede;
"I grant you this much"
be fatally overwhelmed
"How much does this savings certificate pay annually?"
be flexible under stress of physical force;
"This material doesn't give"
cease opposition; stop fighting
- The village abounds in fields that yield many bushels of corn.
- The combined investment is expected to yield $5,000 in the first year.
- We' ve already made it clear that we will not yield to pressure.
- The shelf is beginning to yield under that heavy weight.
- So if the share price rises and the dividend does not, then the yield falls.
- Wheat yields doubled last year.
- This land yields well.
- The mine has yielded poorly.
- The dam eventually yielded and collapsed under the weight of water.
- The shelf is beginning to yield under the heavy weight.
- We shall never yield.
- He would rather die than yield.
- Tom tried to make Janet change her mind, but she would not yield.
- Land yields crops.
- This old tree still yields apples every year.
- A cow will yield several gallons of milk each day.
- Cotton can be treated to yield many kinds of products.
- Their long search failed to yield any clues.
- His business yields big profits.
- Their advice to us yielded many benefits.
- Much thinking yields wisdom.
- The terrorists have yielded two of their hostages.
- The enemy yielded a fortress.
- I will not yield a step.
- After some further argument,I yielded the point.
- She yielded me her books.
- This article yielded us great profit.
- She yielded her property to me.
- We'll never yield ground to the enemy.
- All these have helped raise farm yields steadily.
- The yields on his shares have increased in this year.
- yield to (v.+prep.)
被…推动 be able to be moved by (sth)
yield to sb/sth
We shall never yield to a conqueror.
He will soon be forced to yield to his more experienced opponent.
She yielded to her daughter's request.
We will never yield to force.
Yielding to demands from the public, the Minister made a statement.
You will meet much evil in life; try not to yield to temptation.
你将在生活中遇到许多邪恶,千万不可受其诱惑。yield to sth
It's best to yield to your grief for a time, then you will be able to deal with your feelings.
眼下你不要遏制自己悲痛的心情,过后你会控制住自己的感情的。yield oneself to sth
Yielding himself to his feelings of worthlessness, he tried to kill himself.
他总是觉得自己一无是处,便企图自杀。yield to sb/sth
I'm leaving the firm after all these years as I feel that I should yield to a younger man.
The long cruel winter came to an end at last, yielding to a gentle warm spring.
漫长的严冬终于结束,代之而来的是温暖的春天。yield place to sth
Her keenness for sport soon yielded place to an interest in music.
A difficult situation yielded place to a favorable one.
困难的局面让位于顺利局面。yield to sth
At last the stiff door began to yield to our efforts to push it open.
- yield up (v.+adv.)
交出 give possession of (usually sth) (to sb)
yield sth ⇔ up (to sb)
Are the citizens still refusing to yield up the town?
The sea will never yield up its secrets.
It's polite to yield up your seat on the bus to an old lady.
- yield apples 结出苹果
- yield benefit 带来益处
- yield crops 长出庄稼
- yield fruit 获得成果
- yield milk 产出牛奶
- yield profit 获利
- yield fortress 放弃要塞
- yield purpose 放弃目标
- yield town 交出城镇
- yield abundantly 出产丰富
- yield finally 最终产出
- yield meekly 温顺地听从
- yield peacefully 不战而降
- yield poorly 产量低
- yield scantily 产量不高
- yield up 交出
- increase the yield 提高产量
They would get rid of the cows that gave the smallest yield.出自： A. Paton
He had planted the dwarf coconut trees because of their quick yield.出自： P. Marshall
Yield him obedience in lawful things.出自： G. P. R. James
- yield, bear, produce, turn out
- bear表示“产仔或结果实”,可引申指“再生产”; produce的用法更广,可指生产一切有形的或无形的东西; yield也表示生产,但强调结果与回报,而不是所做的努力; turn out强调结果,但同时还侧重先前付出的劳动与艰辛。例如:
- The soil bears good cotton.
- Gas can be produced from coal.
- His business yields big profits.
- This factory can turn out 100 cars a day.
- yield, submit, surrender
- submit指顺从别人的意志,服从权威的力量; 而yield指被迫停止对抗,向对方屈服; surrender指因战败,或被迫“交出”或“放弃”某些事物。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的geldan，意为支付；最初源自古日耳曼语的geldanan，意为支付。