[+crop] rendement m
→ Wheat yields doubled in India between 1964 and 1972.
[+milk] production f
→ the hormones and antibiotics that are regularly fed to cows to stimulate greater milk yields
(FINANCE) rendement m
→ The yield after only 12 months is 9%.
a yield of 5% un rendement de 5%
→ A yield of 7 per cent is expected from the shares.
[+crop, fruit] produire
→ The vineyard yields 200 tonnes of grapes annually.
→ Talks between the two sides yielded no results.
[+control, power] céder
→ He will not yield even a limited measure of editorial control.
→ The President is now under pressure to yield power to the republics.
(=give in) céder
→ Gessler was the first to yield, announcing his resignation in January.
to yield to sth céder devant qch
→ He was yielding to public pressure.
to yield to temptation céder à la tentation
(US, AUTOMOBILES) céder le passage
→ You must yield to traffic on the main road.
[door, lock] céder → Any lock will yield to brute force. → He pushed the massive door. It yielded.
n rendement m d'une action
→ The return on a share, the dividend yield, falls as its price rises.
→ p/e ratio is 13 times and the dividend yield is 4 per cent