1. to give
I'd like to give you this present as a sign of my love.
to give a rise
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2. give gave given
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Stock investments do not always yield profit.
I'll stand up for what I believe in and won't yield to any threats.
it yields results
I yield to no one in abhorrence of violence.
How much wheat does each field yield?
The company shares give a high yield.
It is highly probable that the deletion of element C will still yield the same result.
When in the barn the heating fails, cubic shape the milk yield takes.
the yield in proficiency
an attempt to yield increased profits. Yields on gas and electricity shares are consistently high. The investigation yielded some unexpected results.
1. The investigation yielded some unexpected results. Favourable weather yielded a good crop.
3. His legs began to yield under the sheer weight of his body.
Farmers are the primary customers, as they can use the drone to optimize their agricultural practices and increase their yields.
She is stubborn, she never yields. The experiment yielded an answer the scientists have been looking for.
I yielded the right-of-way to the other driver. / to yield to demands / to yield to temptation / to yield to the advice
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Can we provide assistance?
The government will provide interest-free loans to firms that participate in the program.
This book aims to provide an explanation of modern Japanese grammar that is as systematic and as easily understood as possible.
The master plan includes programs to provide employment as well as recreation.
The families of the factory workers need schools, hospitals, and stores, so more people come to live in the area to provide these services, and thus a city grows.
The 456 billion dollars spent in the Iraq war could provide one year's free education for every child in the world.
Please let me know if I can provide you with any further information, or if you would like to contact me for questions.
We provide broad services to the computer end users, based on our experience and technical expertise.
This year, Edinburgh began work on its fifteen-year regeneration project to transform its waterfront and provide a new kind of living area for its growing population.
Admittedly, models of hegemonic order cannot provide an explanation for all observed successful bargaining strategies.
By obtaining advanced technology from Japan, those countries also plan to provide people with a technical education.
Medicaid, a program originally created to provide medical care for poverty-level women and children, today spends almost a third of its budget on elderly people.
If an Icelandic sentence has a translation in English, and the English sentence has a translation in Swahili, then indirectly, this will provide a Swahili translation for the Icelandic sentence.
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