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British English: /jiːld/
American English: /jild/

Translation of yield in Italian:


transitive verb

  • 2 (Economics) to yield 25% over 10 years
    fruttare il 25% in 10 anni
    to yield millions in taxes
    rendere milioni in tasse
  • 3 (provide)
    (information, result)
    (meaning, clue)
    to yield new insights into
    aprire nuove prospettive su
  • 4 (surrender)
    to a
    to yield ground to (Military)
    cedere terreno a
    to yield a point to somebody
    darla vinta su un punto a qualcuno
    she refused to yield this point
    non ha voluto cedere su questo punto
    to yield the floor to
    cedere la parola a

intransitive verb

  • 1
    (give in) (to person, temptation, pressure, threats) to a
    (to army, arguments) to a
    to yield to force
    cedere alla forza
    to yield to persuasion I yield to no-one in my admiration for her work
    sono il più grande ammiratore della sua opera
  • 2 (under weight, physical pressure) (lock, door, shelf, bridge)
    under sotto
  • 3 (be superseded) See examples:to yield to
    (technology, phenomenon)
    cedere il passo a
    (land, countryside)
    lasciare il posto a
  • 4 (be productive) See examples:to yield well, poorly
    avere un buon, un cattivo rendimento
    the cow yields well
    la mucca produce molto latte

Phrasal verbs

yield up


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