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yield

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of YIELD

1
an increase usually measured in money that comes from labor, business, or property <the stock's yield has increased over the years>
2
something produced by physical or intellectual effort <wheat farmers were able to increase the yield per acre substantially>
3
the total amount collected or obtained especially at one time <the yield from the police department's buyback program for firearms was staggering>
Synonyms bounty, catch, take, yield
Near Antonyms deduction, loss, subtraction

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