submit

[c]/səbˈmɪt / (say suhb'mit)

verb (submitted, submitting)
verb (t)
1. to yield in surrender, compliance, or obedience.
2. to subject (especially oneself) to conditions imposed, treatment, etc.
3. to refer (something) to the decision or judgement of another or others.
4. to hand over for assessment, valuation, etc.: to submit an essay on contemporary art.
5. to state or urge with deference: I submit that full proof should be required.
verb (i)
6. (sometimes followed by to) to yield in surrender, compliance, or obedience: to submit to a conqueror.
phrase
7. submit to,
a. to allow oneself to be subjected to (something imposed or to be undergone): to submit to punishment.
b. to defer to the opinion, judgement, etc., of (another).
{Middle English submitte, from Latin submittere lower, put under}
submittable, submissible /səbˈmɪsəbəl/ (say suhb'misuhbuhl), adjective
submittal, noun
submitter, noun

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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