high-yield

high-yield
adjective
yielding a large amount of agricultural or industrial production
Similar to: ↑fruitful

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high-yield «HY YEELD», adjective.
1. producing or giving a comparatively large amount of a product or derivative, as a soil, a plant, or a process.
2. (of nuclear or atomic devices) putting a large amount of radioactive substances into the atmosphere.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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