Submit - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |səbˈmɪt|  American pronunciation of the word submit
Brit.  |səbˈmɪt|  British pronunciation of the word submit
- refer for judgment or consideration
- put before (syn: posit, put forward, state)
- yield to the control of another
- hand over formally (syn: present)
- refer to another person for decision or judgment (syn: pass on, relegate)
- yield to another's wish or opinion (syn: accede, bow, defer, give in)
- accept or undergo, often unwillingly (syn: take)
- make an application as for a job or funding (syn: put in)
- make over as a return (syn: render)
- accept as inevitable (syn: reconcile, resign)

Examples

Candidates interested in the position should submit their résumés to the Office of Human Resources.

Submit your application no later than January 31st.

Requests must be submitted in writing.

Photographs submitted for publication will not be returned.

They were forced to submit to military discipline.

They submitted their report to us.

Their lawyer submits that there are no grounds for denying bail.

The lawyers submitted the material to the court

I submit to you that the accused is guilty

The prosecution has new evidence to submit to the court.

If you would like to be considered for the job, please submit your résumé.

You must submit your college transcript with your job application.

You have to submit your application before the end of the month.

Our policy is to submit all contracts to the legal department.

Foolish sinners will submit to the basest servitude, and be attendants of swine.

Word forms

verb
I/you/we/they: submit
he/she/it: submits
present participle: submitting
past tense: submitted
past participle: submitted
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