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sub·mit

 (səb-mĭt′)
v. sub·mit·ted, sub·mit·ting, sub·mits
v.tr.
1. To yield or surrender (oneself) to the will or authority of another.
2. To subject to a condition or process: submit a tissue sample to testing.
3. To present (something) to the consideration or judgment of another: We submitted our ideas to our supervisor. See Synonyms at propose.
4. To offer as a proposition or contention: I submit that the terms are entirely unreasonable.
v.intr.
1. To accept or give in to the authority, power, or will of another. See Synonyms at yield.
2. To allow oneself to be subjected to something: submit to an interview; submit to drug testing.

[Middle English submitten, from Latin submittere, to set under : sub-, sub- + mittere, to cause to go.]

sub·mit′tal (-mĭt′l) n.
sub·mit′ter n.

submit

(səbˈmɪt)
vb, -mits, -mitting or -mitted
1. (often foll by to) to yield (oneself), as to the will of another person, a superior force, etc
2. (foll by to) to subject or be voluntarily subjected (to analysis, treatment, etc)
3. (often foll by: to) to refer (something to someone) for judgment or consideration: to submit a claim.
4. (tr; may take a clause as object) to state, contend, or propose deferentially
5. (often foll by: to) to defer or accede (to the decision, opinion, etc, of another)
[C14: from Latin submittere to place under, from sub- + mittere to send]
subˈmittable, subˈmissible adj
subˈmittal n
subˈmitter n

sub•mit

(səbˈmɪt)

v. -mit•ted, -mit•ting. v.t.
1. to give over or yield to the power or authority of another (often used reflexively).
2. to subject to some kind of treatment or influence.
3. to present for approval or consideration.
4. to state or urge with deference; suggest or propose: I submit that full proof is required.
v.i.
5. to yield oneself to the power or authority of another.
6. to allow oneself to be subjected to some kind of treatment.
7. to defer to another's judgment, opinion, decision, etc.
[1325–75; Middle English < Latin submittere to lower, reduce, yield =sub- sub- + mittere to send]
sub•mit′tal, n.
sub•mit′ter, n.
syn: See yield.

submit


Past participle: submitted
Gerund: submitting

Imperative
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Present
I submit
you submit
he/she/it submits
we submit
you submit
they submit
Preterite
I submitted
you submitted
he/she/it submitted
we submitted
you submitted
they submitted
Present Continuous
I am submitting
you are submitting
he/she/it is submitting
we are submitting
you are submitting
they are submitting
Present Perfect
I have submitted
you have submitted
he/she/it has submitted
we have submitted
you have submitted
they have submitted
Past Continuous
I was submitting
you were submitting
he/she/it was submitting
we were submitting
you were submitting
they were submitting
Past Perfect
I had submitted
you had submitted
he/she/it had submitted
we had submitted
you had submitted
they had submitted
Future
I will submit
you will submit
he/she/it will submit
we will submit
you will submit
they will submit
Future Perfect
I will have submitted
you will have submitted
he/she/it will have submitted
we will have submitted
you will have submitted
they will have submitted
Future Continuous
I will be submitting
you will be submitting
he/she/it will be submitting
we will be submitting
you will be submitting
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been submitting
you have been submitting
he/she/it has been submitting
we have been submitting
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been submitting
you will have been submitting
he/she/it will have been submitting
we will have been submitting
you will have been submitting
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been submitting
you had been submitting
he/she/it had been submitting
we had been submitting
you had been submitting
they had been submitting
Conditional
I would submit
you would submit
he/she/it would submit
we would submit
you would submit
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Past Conditional
I would have submitted
you would have submitted
he/she/it would have submitted
we would have submitted
you would have submitted
they would have submitted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.submit - refer for judgment or consideration; "The lawyers submitted the material to the court"
give - submit for consideration, judgment, or use; "give one's opinion"; "give an excuse"
return - submit (a report, etc.) to someone in authority; "submit a bill to a legislative body"
refer - send or direct for treatment, information, or a decision; "refer a patient to a specialist"; "refer a bill to a committee"
relegate, submit, pass on - refer to another person for decision or judgment; "She likes to relegate difficult questions to her colleagues"
2.submit - put before; "I submit to you that the accused is guilty"
propose, suggest, advise - make a proposal, declare a plan for something; "the senator proposed to abolish the sales tax"
3.submit - yield to the control of another
subject - make accountable for; "He did not want to subject himself to the judgments of his superiors"
4.submit - hand over formally
give - transfer possession of something concrete or abstract to somebody; "I gave her my money"; "can you give me lessons?"; "She gave the children lots of love and tender loving care"
bring in - submit (a verdict) to a court
5.submit - refer to another person for decision or judgment; "She likes to relegate difficult questions to her colleagues"
submit, subject - refer for judgment or consideration; "The lawyers submitted the material to the court"
6.submit - yield to another's wish or opinion; "The government bowed to the military pressure"
buckle under, knuckle under, succumb, give in, yield - consent reluctantly
7.submit - accept or undergo, often unwillinglysubmit - accept or undergo, often unwillingly; "We took a pay cut"
test - undergo a test; "She doesn't test well"
undergo - pass through; "The chemical undergoes a sudden change"; "The fluid undergoes shear"; "undergo a strange sensation"
take - experience or feel or submit to; "Take a test"; "Take the plunge"
8.submit - make an application as for a job or funding; "We put in a grant to the NSF"
apply - ask (for something); "He applied for a leave of absence"; "She applied for college"; "apply for a job"
9.submit - make over as a return; "They had to render the estate"
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
gift, present, give - give as a present; make a gift of; "What will you give her for her birthday?"
10.submit - accept as inevitable; "He resigned himself to his fate"
accept - consider or hold as true; "I cannot accept the dogma of this church"; "accept an argument"

submit

verb
1. surrender, yield, give in, agree, bend, bow, endure, tolerate, comply, put up with (informal), succumb, defer, stoop, cave in (informal), capitulate, accede, acquiesce, toe the line, knuckle under, resign yourself, lay down arms, hoist the white flag, throw in the sponge If I submitted to their demands, they would not press the allegations.
2. present, hand in, tender, put forward, table, commit, refer, proffer They submitted their reports to the Chancellor yesterday.
3. suggest, claim, argue, propose, state, put, move, advance, volunteer, assert, contend, propound I submit that you knew exactly what you were doing.

submit

verb
1. To conform to the will or judgment of another, especially out of respect or courtesy:
2. To give in from or as if from a gradual loss of strength:
Informal: fold.
3. To commit to the consideration or judgment of another:
4. To state, as an idea, for consideration:
Translations
يَسْتَسْلِميُقَدِّمُ طَلباً أو إقْتِراحاً
podrobit sepředložit
indlevereunderkaste sig
alistuajättäätaipua
benyújtelõterjesztmeghódol
gefa sig á valdleggja fram
nuolankumaspasidavimaspateikimas
iesniegt
predložitiukloniti se

submit

[səbˈmɪt]
A. VT
1. (= put forward) [+ proposal, claim, report] → presentar; [+ evidence] → presentar, aducir; [+ account] → rendir
to submit thatproponer que ..., sugerir que ...
I submit thatme permito sugerir que ...
to submit a play to the censorsometer una obra a la censura
to submit a dispute to arbitrationsometer una disputa a arbitraje
2. (= subject) → someter
to submit o.s. to sthsometerse a algo
to submit o.s. to sbsometerse a algn
B. VI (= give in) → rendirse, someterse
to submit to sthsometerse a algo
he refused to submit to drugs testsse negó a someterse a la prueba del doping
to submit to authoritysometerse a la autoridad
to submit to pressureceder ante la presión
he had to submit to this indignitytuvo que aguantar esta afrenta

submit

[səbˈmɪt]
vt [+ proposal, report, request, resignation, application] → soumettre
vi (= give in) → se soumettre
to submit to sth → se soumettre à qch

submit

vt
(= put forward)vorlegen (→ to +dat); application, claim etceinreichen (to bei); to be submitted to …zur Vorlage bei …; to submit that … (esp Jur) → behaupten, dass …; to submit an entry to a competition (= participate)an einem Wettbewerb teilnehmen
(= refer)verweisen (→ to an +acc); to submit something to scrutiny/tests etcetw einer Prüfung/Tests (dat)etc unterziehen; to submit something to heat/cold etcetw der Hitze/Kälte (dat)etc aussetzen
vi (= yield)sich beugen, nachgeben; (Mil) → sich ergeben (→ to +dat); (Sport) → aufgeben; to submit to something (to sb’s orders, judgement, God’s will)sich einer Sache (dat)beugen or unterwerfen; to inspectionsich einer Sache (dat)unterziehen; to indignitysich (dat)etw gefallen lassen, etw erdulden; to demands, pressureeiner Sache (dat)nachgeben; to submit to blackmail/questioningsich erpressen/verhören lassen
vr to submit oneself to something (to examination, operation, questioning etc)sich einer Sache (dat)unterziehen

submit

[səbˈmɪt]
1. vt (proposal, claim) → presentare
I submit that ... → propongo che...
2. vi (give in) to submit to (pressure, threats) → cedere a; (sb's will) → sottomettersi a

submit

(səbˈmit) past tense, past participle subˈmitted verb
1. to yield to control or to a particular kind of treatment by another person etc. I refuse to submit to his control; The rebels were ordered to submit.
2. to offer (a plan, suggestion, proposal, entry etc). Competitors for the painting competition must submit their entries by Friday.
suˈbmission (-ʃən) noun
1. the act of submitting.
2. humbleness or obedience.
subˈmissive (-siv) adjective
obedient and humble.
subˈmissively adverb
subˈmissiveness noun

submit

v. someter; someterse.
References in classic literature ?
Then why can't you think it your duty to submit a little to what James wishes?
When I tell you that I refuse to submit to the opinion of the Scotch Jury, I mean exactly what my words express.
The captain, at Mr Allworthy's instance, was outwardly, as we have said, reconciled to his brother; yet the same rancour remained in his heart; and he found so many opportunities of giving him private hints of this, that the house at last grew insupportable to the poor doctor; and he chose rather to submit to any inconveniences which he might encounter in the world, than longer to bear these cruel and ungrateful insults from a brother for whom he had done so much.
He once intended to acquaint Allworthy with the whole; but he could not bring himself to submit to the confession, by which he must take to his share so great a portion of guilt.
For which reason they compel all those who are very eminent for their power, their fortune, their friendships, or any other cause which may give them too great weight in the government, to submit to the ostracism, and leave the city for a stated time; as the fabulous histories relate the Argonauts served Hercules, for they refused to take him with them in the ship Argo on account of his superior valour.
for it seems not right to turn out and banish such a one; neither does it seem right to govern him, for that would be like desiring to share the power with Jupiter and to govern him: nothing then remains but what indeed seems natural, and that is for all persons quietly to submit to the government of those who are thus eminently virtuous, and let them be perpetually kings in the separate states.
I have scattered her misgivings to the winds; she is obliged to submit to evidence, and to own that she can make the happiness of my life.
When he had ravaged Aethiopia fourteen years, and was master of the greatest part of it, the Emperor David sent to implore succour of the King of Portugal, with a promise that when those dominions were recovered which had been taken from him, he would entirely submit himself to the Pope, and resign the third part of his territories to the Portuguese.
Now therefore the artful Irregular whom I described above as the real author of this diabolical Bill, determined at one blow to lower the status of the Hierarchy by forcing them to submit to the pollution of Colour, and at the same time to destroy their domestic opportunities of training in the Art of Sight Recognition, so as to enfeeble their intellects by depriving them of their pure and colourless homes.
The articles of confederation obliged the parties to submit the matter to the decision of a federal court.
If we ARE to part, it will at least be handsome to take your personal leave--but I have little heart to jest; in truth, I am serious enough; for to be sunk, though but for an hour, in your esteem Is a humiliation to which I know not how to submit.
Nietzsche, the supposed anarchist, here plainly disclaims all relationship whatever to anarchy, for he shows us that only by bearing the burdens of the existing law and submitting to it patiently, as the camel submits to being laden, does the free spirit acquire that ascendancy over tradition which enables him to meet and master the dragon "Thou shalt,"--the dragon with the values of a thousand years glittering on its scales.