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Verb: submit (submitted,submitting)  sub'mit
  1. Refer for judgment or consideration
    "The lawyers submitted the material to the court";
    - subject
     
  2. Put before
    "I submit to you that the accused is guilty";
    - state, put forward, posit
     
  3. Yield to the control of another
     
  4. Hand over formally
    - present
     
  5. Refer to another person for decision or judgment
    "She likes to submit difficult questions to her colleagues";
    - relegate, pass on
     
  6. Yield to another's wish or opinion
    "The government submitted to the military pressure";
    - bow[2], defer, accede, give in
     
  7. Accept or undergo, often unwillingly
    "We submitted a pay cut";
    - take
     
  8. Make an application as for a job or funding
    "We submit a grant to the NSF";
    - put in
     
  9. (law) make over as a return
    "They had to submit the estate";
    - render
     
  10. Accept as inevitable
    "He submitted himself to his fate";
    - resign, reconcile

Derived forms: submits, submitted, submitting

Type of: accept, advise, apply, buckle under, experience, gift, give, give in, have, knuckle under, present, propose, refer, succumb, suggest, undergo, yield

Encyclopedia: Submit