Translation: from english to russian

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to yield to force

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  • yield — [yēld] vt. [ME yelden < OE gieldan, to pay, give, akin to Ger gelten, to be worth < IE base * ghel tō, (I) give, pay] 1. to produce; specif., a) to give or furnish as a natural process or as the result of cultivation [an orchard that… …   English World dictionary

  • yield — vb 1 produce, turn out, *bear Analogous words: *generate, engender, breed, propagate: create, *invent: form, shape, *make, fabricate, fashion 2 *relinqui …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Yield — Yield, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Yielded}; obs. p. p. {Yold}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Yielding}.] [OE. yelden, [yogh]elden, [yogh]ilden, AS. gieldan, gildan, to pay, give, restore, make an offering; akin to OFries. jelda, OS. geldan, D. gelden to cost, to be …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • yield´er — yield «yeeld», verb, noun. –v.t. 1. a) to produce; bear: »This land yields good crops. Mines yield ores. SYNONYM(S): furnish, supply. b) to give in return; bring in: »an investment which yielded a large profit. c) to fill a need; furnish; afford …   Useful english dictionary

  • force — 1 n 1: a cause of motion, activity, or change intervening force: a force that acts after another s negligent act or omission has occurred and that causes injury to another: intervening cause at cause irresistible force: an unforeseeable event esp …   Law dictionary

  • force — n 1 *power, energy, strength, might, puissance Analogous words: *stress, strain, pressure, tension: *speed, velocity, momentum, impetus, headway 2 Force, violence, compulsion, coercion, duress, constraint, restraint denote the exercise or the… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • force — [n1] physical energy, power arm, brunt, clout, coercion, compulsion, conscription, constrait, draft, duress, dynamism, effort, enforcement, exaction, extortion, full head of steam*, fury, horsepower, impact, impetus, impulse, might, momentum,… …   New thesaurus

  • yield — ► VERB 1) produce or provide (a natural, agricultural, or industrial product). 2) produce or generate (a result, gain, or financial return). 3) give way to demands or pressure. 4) relinquish possession of. 5) (of a mass or structure) give way… …   English terms dictionary

  • yield — I. verb Etymology: Middle English, from Old English gieldan; akin to Old High German geltan to pay Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. archaic recompense, reward 2. to give or render as fitting, rightfully owed, or required 3. to give up …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • yield — [[t]jɪ͟əld[/t]] ♦♦♦ yields, yielding, yielded 1) VERB If you yield to someone or something, you stop resisting them. [FORMAL] [V to n] Carmen yielded to general pressure and grudgingly took the child to a specialist... [V to n] I yielded to an… …   English dictionary

  • yield — [[t]yild[/t]] v. t. 1) agr. to give forth or produce by a natural process or in return for cultivation: to yield 40 bushels to the acre[/ex] 2) bus to produce or furnish (profit) 3) to give up, as to superior power or authority: yielded the fort… …   From formal English to slang

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