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high-yielding

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Definition of high-yielding in English:

adjective

Producing a large amount of a product or a large financial return: high-yielding grain crops a high-yielding investment
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  • Early Latin writers also cited Illyria as source of a high-yielding vine that was introduced to Italy.
  • Alturas is a very high-yielding potato that was originally developed for dehydrated products.
  • If you hold a high-yielding equity fund in a taxable brokerage account, you may have to pay taxes on that fund's dividend distributions.

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