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1. to surrender; give up.

2. to require (as in an amount).

Once admitted to the facility, John yielded his electronic devices and money.

My grandma's infamous sweet potato pie yields brown sugar.
by darksongbird April 07, 2009
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Averting eye contact to the ground in the last few seconds before you walk past someone. Then as you're passing them you look up again. Something we all do because we've become such a wimpy species.

A fun game played with an innocent passerby, that can be used to intimidate any and all who dare challenge your mighty gaze, bringing out the bitch in them.
Person A: <walking north>
Person B: <walking south>

Person A: <yields eye contact>
Person B: <watching out the corner of eyes>

Person A: <eyes back to the front as they pass>
Person B: <feels like a Pimp cause that ho put her eyes to the curb real proper-like or else she would of been out of pocket>
by KetchupVSKatsup March 02, 2012
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When a woman, beaten into submission, surrenders the fight and allows a man to use her for his pleasure.
Man: "Hand over all your gold!"
Woman: "You should never have come out here!"
(brawl ensues)
(Woman takes a beating)
Woman: "I can't breathe!"
(Woman nearly dies)
Woman: "I yield!"
At which point, the woman falls at the man's feet, and the man proceeds to take her sexually, usually vaginally. The word usage implies that the man does the work of removing her clothes, but that she does the work of spreading her legs.
by Brob August 28, 2013
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"Yo I'm about to go over there and yield that glorious skank"
by Yieldfield October 25, 2015
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