There are 2 translations of yield in Spanish:

yield1

Pronunciation: /jiːld/

vt

  • 1 (surrender) [position/territory] ceder to yield one's right of way (AmE) [Transp] ceder el paso to yield sth to sb cederle algo a algn to yield the floor to sb cederle la palabra a algn
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    • It is reported that the company yielded to the toughest demand to avoid government intervention.
    • She yielded to their demands.
    • At the age of 76, Jenkins finally yielded to public demand and performed at Carnegie Hall on October 25, 1944.
  • 2 [crop/fruit/mineral/oil] producir*; [results] dar*, arrojar these bonds yield 9.2% estos bonos rinden or dan un (interés del) 9,2% these measures will yield a net saving estas medidas traerán aparejado un ahorro en términos reales the inquiry yielded no new evidence la investigación no aportó nuevas pruebas

vi

  • 1 1.1 (give way) cederto yieldto sb/sth to yield to temptation dejarse vencer por la tentación, ceder a la tentación she yielded to their threats cedió a or ante sus amenazas he yielded to (an) impulse and bought the lot cedió or sucumbió a un impulso y lo compró todo 1.2 (give priority) to yieldto sth/sb dar* prioridad a algo/algn yield (AmE) ceda el paso 1.3 (in debate) to yieldto sb cederle la palabra a algn
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    • Motorists will be able to proceed through the intersection after yielding to circulating traffic on the left.
    • He said under the new traffic system, motorists drive around the green as they would around a roundabout, yielding to traffic coming from the right and travelling in a clockwise direction.
    • The safety authority wanted all vehicles approaching a T-junction from a minor road to yield to right-turning traffic from a through road.
  • 2 [beam/ground/ice] ceder it yielded to the touch cedió a la presión
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    • Of all sugary plant produce, none yields a commodity as highly valued or widely grown as grape wine.
    • Cross-referencing among chapters is excellent, yielding a product that appears more integrated than such symposium-product volumes often are.
    • In 17 of 19 cases PCR yielded nonspecific products or failed.
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    • The structure yields.
    • The upper right-hand corner yielded to a slight pressure.

Phrasal verbs

yield up

v + o + adv, v + adv + o
[literario/literary] [secret] revelar I yielded myself up to the pleasures of the moment me abandoné or me entregué a los placeres del momento

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There are 2 translations of yield in Spanish:

yield2

n

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  • rendimiento (m) the yield per hectare has risen by 5% per annum la producción or el rendimiento anual por hectárea ha aumentado en un 5% to give a good/poor yield dar* un buen/mal rendimiento, producir* or rendir* mucho/poco fixed/variable yield bonds valores (mpl) de renta fija/variable
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    • It severely reduces agricultural yields and productivity.
    • The majority of the continent's population is employed in agriculture characterized by low yields and low labor productivity.
    • Genetically engineered super plants are expected to boost agricultural yields significantly.

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Word of the day mandado
adj
es muy mandado = he's a real opportunist …
Cultural fact of the day

The RAE (Real Academia de la Lengua Española) is a body established in the eighteenth century to record and preserve the Spanish language. It is made up of académicos, who are normally well-known literary figures and/or academic experts on the Spanish language. The RAE publishes the Diccionario de la Real Academia Española, which is regarded as an authority on correct Spanish. Affiliated academies exist in Latin American countries.