Definitions for submit

Definitions for (verb) submit

Main entry: take, submit

Definition: accept or undergo, often unwillingly

Usage: We took a pay cut

Main entry: submit, reconcile, resign

Definition: accept as inevitable

Usage: He resigned himself to his fate

Main entry: posit, put forward, submit, state

Definition: put before

Usage: I submit to you that the accused is guilty

Main entry: submit, defer, bow, give in, accede

Definition: yield to another's wish or opinion

Usage: The government bowed to the military pressure

Main entry: subject, submit

Definition: refer for judgment or consideration

Usage: The lawyers submitted the material to the court

Main entry: put in, submit

Definition: make an application as for a job or funding

Usage: We put in a grant to the NSF

Main entry: submit

Definition: yield to the control of another

Main entry: submit, present

Definition: hand over formally

Main entry: render, submit

Definition: make over as a return

Usage: They had to render the estate

Main entry: pass on, submit, relegate

Definition: refer to another person for decision or judgment

Usage: She likes to relegate difficult questions to her colleagues

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