rendíais you produced
The word rendíais is the imperfect form of rendir in the second person plural. See the full rendir conjugation.
rendir
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rendir(
rrehn
-
deer
)
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
1. (to yield)
a. to produce
La receta rinde suficiente para cuatro personas.The recipe produces enough for four people.
2. (to do well)
a. to perform
Los trabajadores no están rindiendo así como son capaces.The workers are not performing as well as they are able.
3. (to be enough)
a. to serve
Regionalism used in Mexico
(Mexico)
El plato fuerte puede rendir para dos personas.The main course can serve two people.
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
4. (to conquer)
a. to defeat
Los mexicanos rindieron al ejército francés en la Batalla de Puebla.The Mexicans defeated the French army at the Battle of Puebla.
5. (to tire out)
a. to exhaust
¡Este trabajo me rinde!This job exhausts me!
6. (to honor)
a. to pay
Rinden homenaje a sus veteranos de guerra una vez al año.They pay homage to their war veterans once a year.
7. (to give up)
a. to surrender
Los soldados nos obligaron a rendir nuestras armas.The soldiers made us surrender our weapons.
8. (finance)
a. to yield
Esta cuenta solo rinde un 0.25% anual.This account only yields 0.25% a year.
rendirse
A pronominal verb always uses a reflexive pronoun. (e.g. Te ves cansado.).
9. (to admit defeat)
a. to quit
Se rindieron con demasiada facilidad.They quit too easily.
b. to give up
No sabes qué es, ¿verdad?¿Te rindes? - Sí, me rindo. ¿Qué es?You don't know what it is, do you? Do you give up? - Yes, I give up. What is it?
c. to give in
Va a ser difícil encontrar trabajo, pero no me rindo.It's going to be difficult to find work, but I'm not giving in.
10. (to capitulate)
a. to surrender
Nuestras tropas estaban rodeadas por las fuerzas enemigas y tuvieron que rendirse.Our troops were surrounded by enemy forces and had to surrender.
b. to give oneself up
Tras un asedio de tres horas, el delincuente se rindió.After a three-hour siege, the criminal gave himself up.
11. (to admit)
a. to confess
El ladrón por fin se rindió al crimen.The thief finally confessed to the crime.
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rendir
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (entregar, dar; arma, alma)
a. to surrender
rendir cuentas a alguien de algoto give an account of something to somebody
2. (ofrecer)
a. to pay
rendir culto ato worship
rendir homenaje o tributo a alguiento pay tribute to somebody
3. (rentar)
a. to yield
4. (vencer)
a. to defeat, to subdue
5. (cansar)
a. to wear out, to tire out
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
6. (máquina)
a. to perform well
7. (negocio)
a. to be profitable
8. (fábrica, trabajador)
a. to be productive
este atleta ya no rinde como antesthis athlete isn't as good as he used to be
9. (dar de sí)
a.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
esta pintura rinde muchoa little of this paint goes a long way
me rinde mucho el tiempoI get a lot done (in the time)
A pronominal verb always uses a reflexive pronoun. (e.g. Te ves cansado.).
10. (entregarse)
a. to give oneself up, to surrender
¡me rindo!I give in o up!
rendirse a la evidenciato bow to the evidence
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rendir
transitive verb
1 (producir) to produce; [+beneficios etc] to yield; [+producto, total etc] to produce; [+interés] to bear
2 (cansar) to exhaust; tire out
le rindió el sueño he was overcome by sleep
3
rendir homenaje a to pay tribute to; rendir culto a to worship; rendir las gracias to give thanks
4 (Mil) [+ciudad] to surrender; [+fortaleza] to take; capture
rendir la guardia to hand over the guard
5 (Mil) [+bandera] to dip; [+armas] to lower; reverse
6 (España) (vomitar) to vomit; bring up
7 (Com) [+factura] to send
8
rendir examen (S. Cone) to sit o take an exam
9 (vencer) [+país] to conquer; subdue
10 (dominar) to dominate
logró rendir el albedrío de la joven he came to dominate the young woman's will completely; había que rendir su entereza he had to overcome his moral objections
11 (devolver) to give back; return; (entregar) to hand over
intransitive verb
1 (producir) to yield; produce; (dar resultados) to give good results
el negocio no rinde the business is not profitable o doesn't pay; la finca rinde para mantener a ocho familias the estate produces enough to keep eight families; este año ha rendido poco it has done poorly this year; trabajo, pero no rindo I work hard but without much to show for it
2 [+arroz] to swell up
3 (Latinoamérica) (durar) to last longer; keep going
pronominal verb
rendirse
1 (ceder) to yield;a to; (Mil) to surrender; (entregarse) to give o.s. up
rendirse a la razón to yield to reason; rendirse a la evidencia to bow before the evidence; rendirse a la fuerza to yield to violence; ¡me rindo! I give in!
2 (cansarse) to wear o.s. out
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