Yield (verb)

  1. To produce or provide a result or product, especially crops or income.
  2. To give way or surrender, especially in response to pressure or force.
  3. To produce a specified result or effect.

Origin:

The word 'yield' originated from the middle english word 'yelden' which means 'to give in, surrender, or produce.'.

Examples:

  1. The farm yields a good crop of apples every year.
  2. The investment yielded a high return on investment.
  3. The company decided to yield to public pressure and change its policies.
  4. The steel bridge yields slightly under heavy traffic.
  5. The experiment yielded surprising results that challenged previous theories.
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