Heheheh"Yield" for me, has more of a medieval connotation. Sic: Sir knight if you do not yield, we shall settle this with lances or swords.
Funny story. Way back when the band "Genesis" released their first album here in the colonies, I couldn't understand a word of it. The Brit slang was so thick, you couldn't cut it with a diamond phonograph needle..
We Yanks also need "Waltzing Matilda" explained to us word for word as well.
We should also hash out why you Brits can't pronounce Rs, yet you tag them on every other word that doesn't end in them.
There were birds in the sky
US: But I never saw them winging
UK: But I never soar them winging <<< Huh?
Scot here, give me a few pints and I roll RRRs even if there's no R in the word