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Multiple Meanings
yield — as in:  will yield valuable data

The discovery could yield a more effective treatment for diabetes.
to produce something wanted; or the thing or amount produced
yield — as in:  yield to pressure

The country vowed not to yield to pressure from its larger neighbors.
to give in, give way, or give up

More commonly, yield means to give up—as when one car yields so that another car can go before it. or when one yields to temptation and gives up on their diet for a while.
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