yield lietuviškai

yield vertimas 1. n 1) vaisių rinkimas; derlius; 2) išleidimas, produkcija;2. v 1) (pa)gaminti; duoti (derlių, pelną); 2) nusileisti, pasiduoti; to yield oneself prisoner a) pasiduoti nelaisvėn; b) atsisakyti

  • crop yield (n.) derlingumas
  • yield to (v.) atiduoti, pasiduoti, kapituliuoti
  • High-yield debt Antrarūšė obligacija
Paaiškinimas anglų kalba
  • (act noun) production of a certain amount
  • (income) the income or profit arising from such transactions as the sale of land or other property
  • (product) an amount of a product
  • (indefinite quantity) the quantity of something (as a commodity) that is created (usually within a given period of time)
  • (supply) to be the cause or source of
  • (change) to end resistance, as under pressure or force
  • (produce) to give or supply
  • (cede) to give over; to surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another
  • (relent) to give in, as to influence or pressure
  • (move) to move to make room for someone for something
  • (cause, happen, be) to cause to happen or be responsible for
  • (agree) to be willing to concede
  • (die) to be fatally overwhelmed
  • (investment funds) to bring in
  • (stretch) to be flexible under stress of physical force
  • (competition verb) to cease opposition; to stop fighting
  • (accept) to consent reluctantly

yield sinonimai crop, fruit, gain, gains, grain harvest, harvest, harvest home, harvesting, issue, output, payoff, proceeds, product, production, profit, profits, return, returns, revenue, revenues, take, takings, bring about, bring on, cause, entail, imply, involve, provoke, raise, afford, bear, buckle under, cede, concede, ease up, generate, give, give in, give priority, give right of way, give way, grant, knuckle under, move aside, move over, move up, pay, relent, render, return, sidestep, soften, submit, succumb, turn aside

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