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noun as in production of labor

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If you can spare time, experiment with these three ways on different underperforming content pieces to see what yields the best results.

According to BofA, the index delivers a yield that’s over 3x the 10-year Treasury— the “highest since the ’50s,” they note.

From Fortune

This time around, more players from the traditional finance world are participating, while two new buzzwords—DeFi and yield farming— are driving a new surge of investment.

From Fortune

We have been able to increase yield by segmenting audiences in smarter ways and understanding price sensitivity among buyers.

From Digiday

According to Desert Control’s website, a field test near Abu Dhabi yielded cauliflowers and carrots that were 108 percent bigger than those in the control area, and field tests in Egypt documented a four-fold increase in the yield of wheat.

This is a largely untapped opportunity that will yield positive returns both in human and financial terms.

But the technology, while powerful, is cumbersome and takes anywhere from 12 hours to four days to yield a result.

Maybe, just maybe, this approach will yield common ground that can be the foundation to build a bridge to peace.

Despite its new policies, a Google representative assured me that search results will still yield organic results.

He said that only deep and real sympathy for both sides in this conflict would ever yield anything of value.

Then the enemy's howitzers and field guns had it all their own way, forcing attack to yield a lot of ground.

You fancied, perhaps, I would stand haggling with you all night, and yield at last to your obstinacy.

For ten acres of vineyard shall yield one little measure, and thirty bushels of seed shall yield three bushels.

They are raised on the strictest scientific principles and yield me the greater part of my income.

Few whose estates might yield them ten thousand a year are content with nine thousand.


On this page you'll find 338 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to yield, such as: crop, earnings, harvest, income, output, and profit.

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